My, my, the Justice Department sure moved fast to find a pretext for locking up the maker of that anti-Islam film. And Jon Corzine, who actually harmed Americans, still walks free.
He's [filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, director of "Innocence of Muslims" and an enemy of the State] going to be confined in a special unit where he'd be in a solitary cell, locked up alone and in maddening isolation," said attorney Mark Werksman, who is not representing Nakoula but has represented other inmates held at the same jail.
Larry Jay Levine, a former federal convict once held at Metropolitan and founder and director of Wall Street Prison Consultants, said Nakoula was likely held in an area called the special housing unit and that he would be kept safe there.
"It's basically a 'ground hog day' kind of existence, because he's not getting out of his cell," Levine said.