Saturday, September 15, 2012

Someone needs to move against this man to secure his assets for court actions that will result here.

The protests have moved outside of the Mideast and are as far away as Australia. 

In the USA the political Right Wing is really spastic about this. They carry on like Chicken Little screaming the sky is falling. They can be rather interesting. They really are scared of the protests. 

September 15, 2012

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Southern California (click title to entry - thank you) filmmaker linked to an anti-Islamic movie inflaming protests across the Middle East was interviewed Saturday by federal probation officers at a Los Angeles sheriff's station, authorities said.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was interviewed for about half an hour at the station shortly after 12 a.m. in his hometown of Cerritos, Calif., said Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Angeles County sheriff's department.
After that, deputies dropped Nakoula off at an undisclosed location....
...The Riverside County man who was a script advisor to the film and who has a long history of anti-Islamic activism told the Press-Enterprise newspaper that he has received multiple death threats...

There is no excuse for violence. The upscale neighborhood where the USA consulate was located was not surprised at the attack. The extremists became defiant due to a security vacuum in the country. These security vacuums existed all over Iraq so having an occupying military is not the answer. 

14 September 2012 Last updated at 17:45 ET

They blamed rising extremism, lawlessness and uncontrollable militias for the worsening security situation in Libya, almost one year after the downfall of Col Muammar Gaddafi.
On Tuesday, eight Libyans and four Americans were killed in the attack, including the US ambassador to Libya, J Christopher Stevens.
The attack was apparently provoked by a film that mocked the Prophet Muhammad and was allegedly produced in the US and excerpted on YouTube with dubbing in Arabic....
Any assignment in Libya was going to be a dangerous assignment and all one has to do is look at the four men lost in this attack to know who was there and why. The death of Ambassador Stevens died of smoke inhalation from the fire.
BENGHAZI, Libya — Heavily armed militants (click here) used a protest of an anti-Islam film as a cover and may have had help from inside Libyan security in their deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate, a senior Libyan official said Thursday.
As Libya announced the first four arrests, the clearest picture yet emerged of a two-pronged assault with militants screaming “God is great!” as they scaled the consulate’s outer walls and descended on the compound’s main building....
...The Benghazi attack also underlined the precarious conditions in Libya nearly a year after Gadhafi’s fall, with a weak central government, militias operating as local governments, a destabilizing proliferation of weapons, and militant groups — some inspired by al-Qaida — that are active under the government’s radar....
...The crowd built at the consulate — a one-story villa surrounded by a large garden in an upscale Benghazi neighborhood — in several stages, El-Sharef said. First, a small group of gunmen arrived, then civilians angry over the film. Later, heavily armed men with armored vehicles, some with rocket-propelled grenades, joined and the numbers swelled to more than 200....
Those were the same dynamics in Iraq. No strong central authority and local militias providing law and order. The proliferation of weapons is a curiosity. In Iraq the USA military had their own weapon supply and I am quite confident there were munitions secured from the military itself. But, this? I suppose those that fought the war received weapons from anywhere they could find them. Those sources are probably still providing weapons for their own reasons, including religious preference. 
My sympathies to all those affected.