by Scott Creighton
While Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama struggle to get their stories straight on the “Innocence of the Muslims” psyop which is still being reported as the root cause of the “Muslim outrage” behind the killing of Amb. Stevens (even though it’s been admitted repeatedly that it had nothing to do with the pre-planned attack carried out by our “sheikist” death squads in Libya), the director of the stupid little 14 minute long drivel film, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, has been neatly tucked away in a Federal prison so that he can’t be interviewed by any pesky reporters like the AP guy who exposed him in the first place. This is the Obama administration trying to put a bandage on their hemorrhaging original narrative of the Innocence psyop and it stands out like a sore thumb.
Nakoula has been sent to the prison because he is being held without bail due to the fact that prosecutors say he poses a flight risk. Right. The LAST thing that guy wants is to be out there running around without the protection of the people who got him to make the film in the first place. Sequestering him like this keeps him out of the lime light and away from interviews with the press. The LAST thing the government wants right now is for people to discover that he was working as an informant for the FBI when he made the film in the first place.
The film was originally titled “The Innocence of bin Laden” and it was marketed around the LA area in order to entrap local Muslims who might come to it and find themselves in the middle of an FBI sting. It didn’t work. No one showed up and Nakoula sat across the street sweating bullets because he knew the deal he struck with the Feds was going to go up in smoke if they netted a goose egg on their entrapment scheme.
So the film was dusted off and retooled to serve this purpose for the CIA who were all over the Benghazi compound where the attack took place and Amb. Stevens reportedly died.
Rumors are already running rampant across the world that the whole thing was staged by the State department working with the CIA and having someone trace the film back to another federal agency would add fuel to that inferno.
So Nakoula is cooling his heels in some cushy federal safe-house, far away from pesky reporters and prying eyes.