June 22, 2012

Revolution Muslim Co-Founder Sentenced to 11.5 Years in South Park Case

Jesse "Younes Abdullah Muhammad" & Zachary "Abu Talhah" Chesser Protest in Front of White House

The co-founder of the "Revolution Muslim" website, Jesse "Younes Abdullah Muhammad" Morton, has been sentenced to 11.5 years in federal prison for his role in posting threats online against the creators of South Park:

A Muslim convert from Brooklyn who pleaded guilty to posting online threats against the creators of the "South Park" television show has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
It's hammer time!

Dozens of individuals associated with Morton and the now defunct Revolution Muslim website have been convicted of terrorist activities. Those that come immediately to mind and who were most linked to Revolution Muslim are Zachary "Abu Talhah" Chesser, who was introduced to Younes by the now dead al Qaeda operative Samir Khan.

Zach Chesser threatens South Park on Twitter

The list also includes Carlos "Death to all Juice" Almonte, Antonio "Muhammad Hussein" Martinez, Abdel Hameed Shehadeh, Mustafa Naushad, & Tarek Mehanna. There is even evidence that the Ft. Hood mass murderer Nidal Hasan was a regular visitor to the Revolution Muslim site.

Younes congratulates Osama bin Laden on his "martyrdom"

Only one key player on the website, the now allegedly "reformed" founder Joseph "Yousef al-Khattab" Cohen, remains at large.

Younes was a long time online opponent of us here at The Jawa Report. The feud between us was both personal and very public. He hated us, we made fun of him. The personal animosity that existed between Younes and Howie cannot be understated. In fact, we have an entire archive devoted to Jesse Morton, aka Younes Abdullah Muhammad.

Like so many online jihadis, Younes took things personal. A few years ago he even managed to get Zip from the Weasel Zippers fired. This is something we haven't talked about before, but now Zip has made the incident public.

Younes, and those like him, remain one of the reasons that I stay anonymous. His friend and al Qaeda member Samir Khan once threatened to kill me and my family. And given Younes' proclivity for outing people, it doesn't seem overcautious to think that maybe staying anonymous remains the prudent thing to do.

Younes will not be missed. He is now waiting awaiting his 72 virgins, and protecting his cornhole. But mostly protecting his cornhole.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 11:36 PM | Comments |