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    DARSB wrote:
    "I can't help but wonder, though, what the Christian establishment's reaction would have been if the movie was About Jesus or the Pope? Bill O'Donohue's reaction would have been priceless." Christians don't burn down Embassies or rape other men for allah and kill them such as what they did to The ambassador. Real productions tv shows and films have bashed Christians for years. Just one example "The Life Of Brian" where they seriously make fun of Jesus. Did cities burn? were people raped, tortured or killed? What this event should do to those with cobwebs is wake you all up to what this threat ...The Death Cult, is really about. It's not about peace but Jihad. Looking for excuses to kill and rape and torture for their Pagan allah. Don't give me not all muslims are bad nonsense. The quran calls for killing those who will not join this cult. When they get to power they also execute "the apostates" those who will not do Jihad. Muhammad was a pedophile terrorist and he killed many who wouldn't join his new cult. He was like The Charlie Manson of The Desert and his followers serve him and follow his example.
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    @MongoAPillager if he put the film up under an alias as stated here.. It would've been difficult for anyone to know it was him.. the timing is just a formality of them finding out He was Sam Embicile..
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    @MongoAPillager I wasn't referring to the Right or Left. I use capital letters when doing that. I was referring to the fact that he violated terms of his probation. It's correct what is happening.
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    @MongoAPillager yeah understood.. I would reiterate though that the timing of his probation violation Discovery .. coincided with the time they realized it was his Video, technically he's still considered innocent of it until they prove the video was uploaded by him.. The only way he wouldve got in trouble earlier is if his probation officer was doing his job..haha
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    Nothing? Right. Libya and the rest of the Middle East has gangs of armed Islamist extremists. They can do what they want because none of the weak governments there can stop them.
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    Nothing more then a way for the Feds to circumvent the Constitution and jail him for expressing his 1st amendment rights while pandering to the scumbags that are killing our Diplomats and their security.
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    Yea boy, it looks good to the many Muslim extremists that blame America; also, Obama is saving face. Done. Now back to peace in the Mid. East. laughing at other peoples failed religious mess is killing American citizens. Satire and sarcasm taste great together.
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    To be fair, if the man was on probation and the one of the conditions was no internet usage, and if he did use the internet (to post the video, send emails, etc.) then he violated his probation. Question is whether he would have been busted had he not brought on all the scrutiny on himself. I would like to think yes... but that would be like asking whether the mob "back in the day" would have been busted by the IRS had they not been committing crimes in the first place.
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    @GunPolitics I'm sorry but I still do not understand. If he is not in prison and is living in private life, the day is coming, rapidly, when all bills like utitities, credit cards, mortgages etc. will be sent electronically only. All banking will be done online. How is asy citizen supposed to stay completely away from a computer and the internet? A cell phone with apps is a computer with internet. So is an IPad or a Kindle. It simply is not feasible.
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    @Realthinker not saying it is realistic but my understanding is that to the legal beagles it's the same concept (in theory) as preventing predators from being in close proximity to their prey. So if someone commits their crimes via the computer prohibit their access to computers. Like i said doesn't make much more sense to me in this age but i can understand where they are coming from, especially considering when these kinds of rules/laws/policy's came into practice.
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    @Realthinker That day of total paperless is far, far away. They said paper money would be gone by the 21st century....12 years ago. Also, you can buy cell phones and NOT have internet. It can be shut off!! Me thinks you haven't been around much longer than 2 1/2 decades or so....it shows!!
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    While I think the timing is peculiar, I do agree with your statement here. If he violated his probation, then he should be prosecuted for it. You make a good point here.
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    I'm concerned our Muslim friend is running behind schedule, I mean, doesn't he have a woman to stone, a child to hurt or an
    American flag to burn?... Just sayin'
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    Yes , I'm sure he could busy himself with some sort of destruction...it is
    truly All they know how to do...Oh, and stone women and hurt kids, how
    totally pathetic, and they call themselves MEN??? LOL
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    How exactly are they dealing with him, if he broke probation it's on him. Plus hes much safer in prison; im sure half the population incarcerated looks forward to shaking his hand. The others might like to be shanking him at chow time.
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    Exactly, it's all front, they can't ban, you from using the Internet. Or computer. It might also, be ploy, to act like they are sending him to prison. Who knows, government works in so many mysterious ways.
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    Don't know the details... There is no evidence that he used a computer or the Internet... He made a film which does not require either... It Film lists a editor, cameraman and others involved in it's production and there is no evidence He sat at a computer and did anything nor is there evidence he went on line and posted the clip of it... The Actual Movie was only shown in 1 alternative theater with a total viewing audience of 20 people and someone posted a clip of the film (Which was horrible from a movie stand point, A high school student with a Iphone could have done a better production)..

    But if he was prohibited from Using a Computer and the Internet and they can Prove He actually did such then he should have his probation lifted... But as of this time I have seen no evidence of such...
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    This just might be a good thing. It just goes to show all of us exactly how OUR goverment will stand up for OUR rights allowed us by the constitution. We may ALL have different opinions BUT, we All must agree that we have the right to express them. Like it or not. The biggest fraud of the bunch is Uncle Sam.
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    @marine1 well obamas'uncle sam.Just like obamas'justice dept.The fbi flies out to get this guy on a minor probation violation?I wont be surprised to see this poor slob in the Hague standing in front of some tribunal .
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    Yes, but I don't know if being banned from computers or the internet is an appropriate punishment.
    I think there is probably investor fraud that has taken place, and that should be investigated.
    There are many religions that deserve to be criticized, not just Islam. The worst aspect is when people think that their religion should determine the laws that the rest of us live under.
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    Yeah...I say "lock his dumb A** up!". Its bad enough that he caused all of this trouble for everyone. Its bad enough that he then tied to hide in the nearest dog house, because now the coward is afraid for his life..But to find out that he was on "probation" and was not supposed to be on the internet in the first place----That's the last straw!....Lock his Dumb A** UP!
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    I say, our ME 'friend' needs to behave himself and watch his language!
    As we both know 'certain" words are NOT allowed on Politix... and be
    a good boy, or I won't send you anymore chocolates! LOL
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    nah! just deport him, back to egypt. i am sure the'll, handle it much better. so they can attack, the right egyptian person. instead of our, embassy wrongly done.
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    I agree if that is the case that he was banned from using computers because of his probation. I don't agree if its because he wrote a book. That's freedom of speech.
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