A deadly riot in Libya, another in Egypt over a film which mocks Islam's Prophet Mohammed.
"I'm praying for the madness to stop,” said Cindy Garcia, an actress from Bakersfield.
Cindy Garcia was an actress in the movie with 80 other cast and crew members. She says she was taken advantage of and that a voice over was used to dub her insulting Mohammed. Garcia says she was grossly misled when told what the film was about.
“That we were filming a film that was in an era of 2,000 years ago called “Desert Warriors” and it was just a film about the way things were back then,” said Garcia.
Four Americans including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens were killed amid violent protests over the film. Protestors also burned the U.S. Consulate. Riots also broke out in Cairo, Egypt. Garcia says she recently spoke with the film's producer..
“I said why did you do this? I said why did you do this to us Sam? I said you put us out there and he said no, this isn't your fault, he said you tell the world that I did this, that I wrote the script, he said, I'm tired of radical Muslims killing people,” said Garcia.
The mystery over who is behind the film continues to grow tonight. It was first posted to Youtube in July by a man named Basille. Many now believe that name is an alias.