Holy cow. So they had the ready-made “video” lie in their back pocket while the attack was still under way. A video no one else had heard of. Maybe they funded it/helped create it.
Maybe they funded it/helped create it.
There is some evidence to that effect.
There were four versions of Nakoula's movie.
Only the final one was forwarded, by persons unknown, to Sheikh Khalid Abdullah the cleric in Cairo who aired it on TV. Nakoula, the maker of the original film, was not the one who uploaded the final version, Innocence of Muslims, to the internet.
You can hear some interesting things about the timeline of all these iterations of "the movie" in the Youtube video linked below. Start at 9:30 and watch to 16:00 for the meat of that.
Even the protests and attack in Cairo weren't about that stupid 'video.'
Brian Lilley: The MSM is lying about the muslim riots
Interviews on the streets of Cairo. 'Video' had nothing to do with protests and attack.
My impression is that Nakoula made his video on his own (with partner) but it seems quite likely that he was led into it by some Fed handler. There were four versions and it's not clear that he had anything to do with altering the last one or two. He didn't upload the final one to the net. It's doubtful the cleric in Cairo found it on his own either. Someone forwarded it to him. Hmmm hmmm hmmm, who would do that?
Montagraph found shell companies within shell companies associated with movements on the web of the final version that had ties with a company that had security contracts with the DoD. Hmmm hmmm hmmm, isn't that interesting?
Nakoula's probation violation (or whatever it was) was well known to the Feds. They had let him slide before on bigger charges so why drop the hammer on him months after he made the "video?" His partner had a much longer history of felonies, well known to the Feds and all unprosecuted, so why hasn't he ever been picked up?
Two final facts make the whole thing very curious. One, Hillary is the first one known to bring public attention to the "video" with tweets from the Cairo embassy early on the morning of Sept. 11th. Two, in their repeated apologies and condemnations of the "video" Hillary and 0bama both made it a point to say "the U.S. government (or 'we' in one instance) had nothing to do with this "video."" A very strange thing to say because no one would have ever made that accusation. At least not without Montagraph's very obscure research and those odd repeated denials. Sounds an awful lot like fear of exposure was driving that.