Friday, June 22, 2012
Revolution Muslim Website Boss Jesse Curtis Morton Gets 11 Years in Prison For 'South Park' Threat, They Also Threatened PI Bill Warner.
I had an ongoing dialog with the dirtbags at Revolution Muslim for over 6 years, this included complaints I filed with the NYPD and the FBI, I knew these dirtballs were alligned with Al-Qaeda and I never gave up in exposing them, see below;
Fri, Apr 23, 2010...The Brooklyn Ink first broke the story of Revolution Muslim, the organization that has issued a threat against the creators of “South Park” for their depiction of the Prophet Muhummad. The story profiled the group’s founder, Yousef Al-Khattab who grew up as Joseph Cohen in Brooklyn. Al-Khattab, in a reader comment, said he left Revolution Muslim in December of 2009. The story appears below, as does a follow up on the shutting down of Revolution Muslim‘s website.
Bill Warner, a Private investigator in Sarasota Fl and cyber vigilante, who says he has helped shut down several jihadist websites across America by reporting them to their Internet service providers and the authorities, says people like Yousef Khattab incite others to commit violent acts, rather than doing them on their own. “Whatever problems there are in the Middle East, he brings them to Queens, New York,” he says. “He tries to get people to do things.
Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner says this image from one of the posts on Revolution Muslim poses a threat to Chabad Lubavitch, Yousef Al-Khattab says that claim is absurd. You decide. He points to a recent post on Revolution Muslim that had an image of the Chabad Lubavitch headquarters in Crown Heights, Brooklyn with captions pointing out where the main temple is, and noting that it is always full at prayer times; the post also identified a Jewish talis bag as a great place to store “Islamic info.” Bill Warner says this post presented a credible threat and it caused the NYPD to come in full force to protect the synagogue.
June 22. 2012..ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A Muslim convert from Brooklyn was sentenced Friday to nearly 12 years in prison for posting online threats against the creators of the "South Park" television show and others he deemed enemies of Islam. The sentence -- largely in line with the term sought by prosecutors -- came after Jesse Curtis Morton aka Younus Abdullah Muhammad, offered an apology for his conduct, saying he "contributed to a clash of civilizations" by espousing a violent ideology.
"I justified atrocities by Muslims simply because they were carried out by the weak against the powerful," Morton said.Morton founded the now-defunct Revolution Muslim website. He said he wanted the site to offer a forum for nuanced dialogue on relations between the Muslim world and the West and that he thought his website was protected by the First Amendment. However, he admitted that the website devolved into coarse calls for violent jihad, and that he crossed the line by posting the Al Qaeda magazine Inspire on the site.
The magazine explicitly called for the murder of a cartoonist from Seattle who promoted "Everybody Draw Muhammad day" and featured an article titled "How to Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom." He and another defendant, Zachary Chesser, used the website to deliver thinly veiled threats against the creators of the "South Park" television show for perceived insults to the prophet Muhammad, by depicting him in a bear costume. Chesser earlier received a 25-year sentence, but he also tried to travel to Somalia to join the al-Shabab terrorist group.
See the Federal Complaint UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v JESSE CURTIS MORTON http://www.popehat.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/jessecurtismorton.pdf
Prosecutor Gordon Kromberg said Morton's apology may well be sincere, but argued that a stiff sentence was necessary because of the nature of the crime. He said Morton's site inspired a variety of would-be jihadis, including "Jihad Jane" Colleen LaRose; Antonio Benjamin Martinez, who plotted to bomb a military recruiting station; and Jose Pimental, who plotted to assassinate members of the U.S. military returning from Afghanistan and Iraq. He also corresponded with American Al Qaeda member Samir Khan on writing an article for use as Al Qaeda propaganda.
Kromberg said the posting of Al Qaeda's instructional article on how to build a kitchen bomb will inevitably lead to someone's death in the future. And he said Morton abused his free speech protections to call for the murder of those whose speech he found offensive. "Make a TV show we don't like -- we'll slit your throat. Draw a cartoon we don't like -- we'll slit your throat," Kromberg said, summarizing Morton's philosophy. ROT IN JAIL DIRTBALL, HA HA!
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at http://www.wbipi.com/