The jailing of one of the filmmakers involved in the infamous "Innocence of Muslims" movie has raised questions about whether the U.S. government is acting in response to the international furor the movie has caused.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula may face two years in prison for allegedly violating the terms of his probation through his actions surrounding the film's production. News of his arrest and detention has been widely covered around the world.
Some legal experts said the government was on firm legal footing and had little choice but to enforce the terms of Nakoula's probation once he came onto their radar.
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