Via Shoebat Foundation
By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack
The explosiveness of a ‘smoking gun’ email from a White House Deputy who directed then U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to blame a video for the Benghazi attack is missing an essential link, a U.S. Federal informant. The man who made the inflammatory movie himself – Nakoula Basseley Nakoula.
Nakoula became an informant for U.S. Federal agents in a deal (which we have court records) to capture his recruiter in exchange for leniency; this was granted. When Nakoula’s recruiter was caught, he was amazingly let go by U.S. Federal agents.
And here is all the evidence:
The court case for Nakoula can be reviewed when The Daily Beast effectively made the case that Nakoula had very likely been an informant during the Clinton administration in 1997. The Smoking Gun also reported that Nakoula was arrested in June of 2009 on charges related to bank fraud, then wrote:
Denied bail, Nakoula, a married father of three, was locked up at the Metropolitan Detention Center in L.A. when he began cooperating with Justice Department lawyers and federal agents. During a series of debriefing sessions, Nakoula provided investigators with a detailed account of the fraud operation and fingered the man who allegedly headed the operation, according to comments made by his lawyer at sentencing.
Nakoula identified the ring’s leader as Eiad Salameh, a notorious fraudster who has been tracked for more than a decade by state and federal investigators. In his debriefings, Nakoula said he was recruited as a “runner” by [Eiad] Salameh, who pocketed the majority of money generated by the bank swindles, according to James Henderson, Nakoula’s attorney.
As a result of Nakoula’s cooperation, Henderson told Judge Christina Snyder, “We all know what’s gonna happen. Salameh is gonna get arrested some day and based on the debriefing information turned over, he is gonna enter a guilty plea or if he doesn’t, then Mr. Nakoula is gonna be called on to testify at trial.”
Henderson was right about one thing; that ‘some day’ eventually came. He was wrong too. Eiad was arrested by Canadian Peel Police (CPP) in January of 2011 as reported by Shoebat.com. I was notified by Jeffrey Mason, my contact at CPP that attempts were made to turn Eiad over to U.S. Federal agents for seven months but to no avail. After months of unsuccessfully pleading with the FBI to take Eiad, the Canadians put him on a one-way flight to Palestine.
Coincidentally, this was about the same time that Nakoula allegedly began casting and shooting the video using facilities that belonged to Christians. Actors were used and exploited by Nakoula, who dubbed inflammatory lines over their voices.