A day before Morton was taken into U.S. custody in Morocco

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A day before Morton was taken into U.S. custody in Morocco

Post by heroisthai on Sun Nov 20, 2011 5:35 am

A day before Morton was taken into U.S. custody in Morocco, CNN's Drew Griffin was e-mailed a nearly 6,000-word statement in which Morton disputed the case against him, and denied he ever participated in any effort to promote illegal violence.
"On May 25, 2011, I was arrested for writing a clarification statement connected to an admittedly inflammatory post on an Islamic website," Morton wrote. "The post was a reaction to the announcement that the 'South Park' cartoon was going to portray the prophet Muhammad, something considered sacrilegious and part of an ideological accompaniment to a comprehensive Western war on Islam. The clarification statement intended to reduce the sensationalist nature of an initial overreaction but is now being utilized by U.S. law enforcement to imprison me for something I am innocent of," he wrote.


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