Innocence of Muslims
A Cerritos man believed to be the maker of an anti-Islam movie that sparked riots around the globe may be back in hiding.
The Riverside County man, who served as a consultant to the anti-Islamic film that has sparked anti-American demonstrations in the Middle East, says he has received numerous death threats.
A Southern California filmmaker allegedly linked to a controversial Anti-Islamic film made a brief appearance overnight after being holed up inside his Cerritos home for more than three days.
Nakoula Nakoula, the embattled producer of the anti-Muslim movie “The Innocence of Muslims,” remained locked behind the doors of his Cerritos home Friday.
The Cerritos resident behind the anti-Muslim movie that has inflamed the Middle East has obtained legal counsel.
Inside Nakoula Nakoula’s Cerritos home, all appears quiet, peaceful and calm.
The LAPD says there is no reason to believe the Southland is a terror target despite fallout from a low-budget movie that depicts Islamic prophet Muhammad in a negative light.
A Cerritos home believed to belong to the producer of an anti-Islam movie credited for provoking attacks on U.S. embassies by Muslim extremists was the focus of international attention on Monday.
A Bakersfield actress who stars in the “Innocence of Muslims”, a low-budget effort that depicts Islamic prophet Muhammad in a negative light, says she’s horrified the film is sparking protests across Libya.
The deaths of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks were initially blamed on fallout from a movie made in California last year.
Sam Bacile, 56, went into hiding after his movie sparked attacks by Muslims on U.S. missions in Egypt and Libya that left four Americans dead, including a U.S. diplomat.