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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Zachary A. Chesser
A Virginia man known for posting an online warning to the creators of "South Park" that they risked death by mocking the Prophet Muhammad was arrested Wednesday and charged with offering himself as a fighter to a Somali terror group linked to al Qaeda.
"It's not a threat, but it really is a likely outcome," Mr. Chesser told FoxNews.com. "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."
The affidavit makes only a brief mention of Chesser's warnings to the "South Park" creators, saying that Mr. Chesser told authorities his parents were no longer speaking to him because of death threats they received after Mr. Chesser posted his warnings.