Academia, Media, Call for Arrest of Filmmaker


<p>UPenn Religious Studies Professor Anthea Butler has publicly called for the arrest of the maker of the film that has been falsely branded as responsible for the recent rioting in the Middle East. Butler defended her comments in an op-ed and appeared on MSNBC to defend her comments. On the same network, Mike Barnicle suggested that a Florida pastor who allegedly helped the filmmaker be prosecuted as an accessory to the murder of the US Ambassador in unrest in Libya.</p>

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