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Friday, June 22,2012

Second Man Sentenced to Prison Over Threats to Creators of 'South Park'

A co-conspirator in a plot that threatened South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker with death over an episode that featured the Muslim prophet Muhammed dressed as a bear was sentenced Friday to 138 months in prison.

Authorities said that Jesse Curtis Morton, who went by the name Younus Abdullah Muhammed, created Revolution Muslim in 2007 and used the organization’s website to encourage violence against enemies of Islam, including Parker and Stone.

According to the FBI and other law-enforcement officials, Morton helped Zachary Chesser and others terrorize Parker and Stone by urging followers to “pay them a visit” and also supplying details about where they live. The website postings included lines like: “Islam’s position is that those that insult the Prophet may be killed.”


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