The Drudge Report is saying federal authorities arrested several people accusing them of the high crime of aiding and abetting a foreign terrorist organization by producing ISIS recruitment videos.  The propaganda videos, all slick and polished in their production, came not from a major Hollywood studio, but from one more meant to put out corporate propaganda by mega-companies like PepsiCo and Apple.

It’s called Final Solution Productions, listed on their website as a so-called finishing company. Authorities arrested the company’s president, his executive producer, editor, and coordinator.

Drudge reports…

Final Solution Productions was operating under this front while editing and producing the terrorist videos from their Hollywood studio. “Around 2300 hours last night, in conjunction with Office of Homeland Security, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Los Angeles Police Department, officers seized the assets at 42568 Vine St., arresting six individuals,” said FBI Special Agent Kendrick D. Williams from the LA division. “Two additional suspected were apprehended at their residence at that same time.

All eight are being held as suspects in distributing and creating terrorist propaganda and are awaiting formal charges.”

A Hollywood insider, Hanna Strong, caught site of these accusations and has taken to twitter with the hashtag #shameonhollywood.

“It wouldn’t be the first time Hollywood has sold itself out for a price. Americans need to react to this story so that we don’t let a few money hungry people taint Hollywood” she said.

Strong started the hashtag to raise awareness in the leftist run town, but has also called out Hollywood executives who might be looking to sell out America for their own profits.

As the Los Angeles media was concentrating on the propaganda festival called The Academy Awards, which Drudge blasted, this story should be one blared on the mastheads of every paper in Southern California and be the lead story on television newscasts in the Southland.



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