On Thursday, Nakoula Nakoula, the “film maker” responsible for the pathetic YouTube video clip which the Obama administration blames for violence across the Muslim world, was arrested for violating the terms of his probation.
As part of that probation, which was part of a conviction for bank fraud for which Nakoula served more than a year in prison, he was not allowed to use a computer or the Internet without prior approval of his probation officer. He did not get that permission prior to posting his silly video clip to YouTube.
The only part of this story which is interesting is the part we don’t know yet: How will the Obama administration, desperate to not be responsible for the first murder of an American ambassador since the Carter administration, use this news to further try to blame “a criminal” for the failure of the State Department?
By the way, Fox News reported today that despite all the stories we were told right after the attack on our consulate in Benghazi about an FBI investigation, not a single FBI agent has yet been to Benghazi. Nice job controlling the crime scene. Is there any chance that there is anything left for the FBI to investigate?
Incompetence piled upon incompetence.
By the way, if Libya is too dangerous for a team of FBI agents, then why was it considered safe enough for Ambassador Stevens and a skeleton and perhaps unarmed “security” crew — not comprised of US Marines?
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