The man responsible for the anti-Muslim film that sparked violent protests across Middle East was sentenced to one year in prison for parole violations. None of the violations committed by Mark Basseley Youssef — aka Nakoula Basseley Nakoula and Sam Bacile — pertained to his involvement in making "Innocence of Muslims." As part of his probation stemming from a 2010 bank fraud conviction, Youssef was barred from using a computer or the Internet; he was also prohibited from using any name other than his legal one without authorization. Protests in the Middle East as a result of Youssef's film resulted in dozens of deaths. [Source]
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