Apr 25 2010
Zachary Adam Chesser was hardly the sort you’d expect to post on a radical Islamic website that the creators of the edgy cartoon series “South Park” will be targeted for death because of their depictions of Muhammad..
(Nobody ever suspects them yet they are all around us)
But Chesser also had a dark side. He was a “loner,” a former classmate said, one who frequently drew pictures of Satanic figures in his notebooks and had just a few friends, most of them male. “He was definitely sort of weird,” the classmate told FoxNews.com. “He was very into violent industrial music, borderline Satanic bands and stuff like that. He had dark undertones in his interests.”
Two years later, Chesser is literally a changed man. He now uses an alias and has a new set of hobbies. He now likes to be called Abu Talhah Al-Amrikee, and his primary interest in this world appears to be Islamic radicalism.
Graphic from: Creeping Sharia
Last week, Chesser, 20, posted a warning on the website RevolutionMuslim.com following the 200th episode of “South Park,” which included a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad disguised in a bear suit. The young man, who just two years ago was studying foreign languages at George Mason University, wrote on the site that Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the cartoon’s creators, “will probably end up” like Theo van Gogh, a Dutch filmmaker who was murdered in 2004 after making a film critical of Islamic society. Muslim slaughter of Theo Van Gogh
“It’s not a threat, but it really is a likely outcome,” Chesser told FoxNews.com from his home in Fairfax County, Va. “They’re going to be basically on a list in the back of the minds of a large number of Muslims. It’s just the reality.”
NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has said law enforcement officials in New York, where the group is based, do not consider last week’s posting “as is currently assessed” to be a crime.
Terrorist Front Group CAIR spokesman, Ibrahim Hooper, characterized Revolution Muslim as a loosely-organized group with such outrageous beliefs he believes it may be a “setup” to smear Islam. There’s a strong suspicion that they’re merely a setup to make Muslims and Islam look bad. Read more: FOX NEWS
(Any of Revolution Muslim’s “outrageous” beliefs can be traced right back to the Qur’an)