We now have a firsthand account that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledged the Innocence of Muslims filmmaker (Nakoula Basseley Nakoula) would be “arrested and prosecuted” for making the video the administration spent weeks blaming for the Benghazi attack.
That means Hillary outwardly expressed a desire to make Nakoula a political prisoner.
There is another individual in Hillary’s past who appears to be living the life of a political prisoner right this very second; his name is Peter Paul and his ordeal began in the year 2000.
Paul was the individual behind a completely different video trailer. In 2007, a trailer – approximately the same length as the Innocence of Muslims trailer – for a documentary about Hillary Clinton went viral and did verifiable damage to the woman who ultimately lost to Barack Obama in 2008. The trailer was the #1 Google video for several weeks when it was inexplicably and suddenly taken off the top 100 list altogether in early November of 2007, a sure sign that it was having a negative effect on Hillary.
Here is that video trailer:
Peter Paul is – at this moment – serving a prison sentence that is longer than the maximum sentence allowed for the crime he was found guilty of committing (explained in the video). That would make him a political prisoner as well.
Art Moore at WND wrote the following about Paul’s plea deal and how he ended up being sentenced to serve nearly four more years than the maximum sentence allows:
Paul maintains that he accepted a deal from (Eric) Holder in 2009 to credit all 96 months of his pre-sentence incarceration as time-already-served in exchange for not dropping his guilty plea, for silence on alleged government misconduct and for not challenging alleged violations of the speedy sentencing law.
The sentence deal, Paul explains, was a post-plea agreement modification of the original plea obtained by the government in 2005 after Paul had spent 43 months in jail with no bail and no trial date.
A little later in Moore’s article…
When Paul surrendered to prison in Texas, he says, the warden advised him that he would not accept the 96-month credit negotiated with the attorney general’s representative and would instead credit Paul with only 43 months, based on Bureau of Prisons policy.
Hillary’s pledge to prosecute Nakoula should in no way diminish Walid’s work on the background of Nakoula. In fact, there are two very separate – and perhaps equally important dynamics – at work. One is the true background of Nakoula, which Walid has come closer than anyone else to exposing. The other involves how the Obama administration planned to exploit Nakoula’s involvement in the video.
If Paul is a political prisoner as a result of his exposing the Clintons, why wouldn’t Nakoula be eligible for a similar fate with Hillary as Secretary of State? According to a very credible source, she’s expressed a desire to make him one.
In addition to an entire chapter of Ben Barrack’s book Unsung Davids being exclusively about Walid Shoebat, another chapter is exclusively about Peter Paul’s battle with Hillary Clinton.