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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Zachary Chesser
Young American Muslims can become radicalized online very quickly and with few warning signs, becoming potential terrorists before federal agencies can identify them, a new congressional report warned Monday.
A Muslim convert from Brooklyn who ran a website that posted threats against the creators of the television show "South Park" is expected to enter a federal guilty plea, his attorney said Wednesday.
Chesser admitted he posted threats against the "South Park" creators for an episode that depicted the prophet Muhammad in a bear costume.
He admitted he posted threats against the "South Park" creators for an episode that supposedly defamed the prophet Muhammad.