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"Innocence of Muslims" Filmmaker Used 17 Names, Worked as Bong Salesman

 
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"Innocence of Muslims" Filmmaker Used 17 Names, Worked as Bong Salesman
‘Muslims’ Filmmaker Used 17 Names, Worked as Bong Salesman

It appears the deceptive multi-aliased filmmaker behind the shlocky Islamophobic movie “Innocence of Muslims” is even more deceptive and shady than we thought. Another alias used by the now-jailed filmmaker — at least his 17th name — has been uncovered, along with the filmmaker’s history as a one-time flea market salesman of cigarettes and drug paraphernalia.

That’s according to a Monday report in The New York Times, which also features the first interview with filmmaker who called himself (among other things) Nakoula Basseley Nakoula since his movie about a child-molesting Prophet Muhammad went viral. Convicted earlier this month over probation violations, he’s now serving a one-year sentence in jail.

It was only a few weeks ago that federal prosecutors learned that the man they thought was named Nakoula had, in fact, legally changed his ”Mark Basseley Youssef” in 2002. That’s despite pleading guilty under the “Nakoula” moniker for a check-kiting scheme in which he used an array of 14 aliases — including “P.J. Tobacco” and “Kritbag Difrat.”

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From article:

The story also gets even more surreal. Nakoula was reportedly a one-time hawker of tobacco and drug paraphernalia, operating out of a flea market. The Times calls him a “bong salesman.” But he didn’t seem to move much merchandise and “spent most of his time on the phone, shouting in Arabic.”

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