(Isn't there a First Amendment right to anonymity? - promoted by Rob "EaBo Clipper" Eno)
The Huffington Post is reporting that one of the people behind the movie 'Innocence of Muslims', which sparked violent outrage in the middle east has been identified. Then they gave his name and the city he was in. (I won't do that).
The man is living in the United States and is now, as a result of this US law enforcement action is danger for his life.
Though we do not know what US law enforcement agency was responsible - federal, state or local - we can assume that this man's life has now forever changed for the worse.
So much for freedom of speech. Say something inflammatory and a branch of government will throw you under the bus....
Didn't some law enforcement agencies once have a slogan on their cars that said 'To Serve and Protect'? I guess it has been changed to 'To Throw under The Bus'.
I would love to know which American-hating agency released this man's name....