Anti-Muslim filmmaker sentenced to one year for probation violation

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man linked to the anti-Muslim film believed to have sparked so much unrest, was taken out of his home to be interviewed by federal probation officers. As Lee Cowan reports, he wasn't arrested or detained.

LOS ANGELESThe California man behind an anti-Muslim film that roiled the Islamic world was sentenced Wednesday to a year in prison for violating his probation stemming from a 2010 bank fraud conviction by lying about his identity.

U.S. District Court Judge Christina Snyder immediately sentenced Mark Basseley Youssef after he admitted to four of the eight alleged violations, including obtaining a fraudulent California driver's license. Prosecutors agreed to drop the other four allegations under an agreement with Youssef's attorneys, which also included more probation.

None of the violations had to do with the content of "Innocence of Muslims," a film that depicts Mohammad as a religious fraud, pedophile and womanizer.