"It's a film about the Middle East 2,000 years ago. Who's George?
Lily Dionne only a week in Hollywood when he saw an advertisement offer auditions. This listing is for an action adventure movie titled "Desert Warrior" July 2011.
Now, Dionne suffered remorse, he felt betrayed by California filmmaker, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, which converts low-cost cheap movie to "Innocence of Muslims", the anti-Islam film hurt Muslims and led to violent protests that followed.
When news of protesters attacked the U.S. Consulate General in the city of Benghazi, Libya, triggering the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three of his staff, Dionne flabbergasted. "I was shaking when he found out," he told CNN. "It's a film that I thought no one would notice."
Dionne known filmmakers as Sam Bacile, taciturn figure, but fun. But officials reveal his true identity as Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who had a criminal history and used the alias as a cover. Dionne was one of about 79 cast and crew claiming to be victims of fraud.
However, Dionne said the cast and crew actually wondering, why is the central character in the film set in the Middle East under the name West.
"It's a film about the Middle East 2,000 years ago. Then what George? '" He said. After all the scenes filmed, starring Dionne and others claim to be brought into the studio to mendubbing dialogue in the film.
He also claimed, never heard talk about politics or religion of the man she knew as Sam Bacile. See video testimony published Lily Dionne One TV station at this link.