Alleged Filmmaker Interviewed by Police

    Attorney Steve Seiden speaks to reporters outside at a home believed to belong to the filmmaker associated with an anti-Muslim film, that has caused controversy and violence throughout the Middle East and elsewhere, in the Los Angeles suburb of Cerritos, Calif., Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. The crudely crafted film that ridicules Muslims and the prophet Muhammad has incited violent protests across the Middle East. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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    A California man widely believed to be Nakoula Basseley Nakoula was taken in by police shortly after midnight Saturday to be interviewed about his involvement in an anti-Muslim film, Innocence of Muslims, that has sparked widespread violence throughout the Middle East. He was not arrested or detained, but taken in voluntarily to speak with police. Nakoula, who claims to have been the film's logistics manager but not its director, has in the past been convicted on bank fraud charges and may have violated his probation in uploading the controversial movie to YouTube.

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