Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Whoa...Is this Something?

Blazing Cat Fur has a post up suggesting that it's possible that the producer of the "Innocence of Muslims" film that the White House blames for the unrest in the Middle East and North Africa was previously involved in fraud with someone named Eiad Salameh. 

Per Walid Shoebat:

Eiad Salameh Shu’aybat my first cousin (Salameh’s son) is wanted by the United States for major fraud most likely linked to financial terrorism. He was involved in a passport fraud operation (provided to me by Farid my brother), Enfamil milk scam, and holds an illegal Israeli passport that was fraudulently obtained to smuggle himself in and out of Israel proper. His United States citizenship was also obtained by fraudulently by claiming to be a Mexican farm worker. In fact a litany of stories on embezzlement and fraud can be tracked on Eiad. Here is one small example of a scam he did totaling $617,267 :
In the court reporter's Proceedings copy, it is suggested that  Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the eventual producer of the film went out of his way to cooperate with authories on the fraud case to the effect that the court recognized same.  Arguably, there appears to be wording in the Proceedings that would suggest that Nakoula would make a ripe Federal source (snitch), which is what the post at The Smoking Gun is implying.

So, think about that.  Eiad Salameh is involved in the fraud, and appears to have a long history of fraud.  Salameh is not a Coptic Christian.  In fact, Walid Shoebat (in the past a radicalized Muslim and former Muslim Brotherhood member, now a converted Christian) indicates a history on Salameh that implies Muslim terrorist ties.   Nakoula, a Coptic Christian who made a film showing Islam in a negative light...and the potential for Nakoula to be a Federal snitch. 

How's your imagination working right now?

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