An Islamist group that threatened South Park creators with harm for making light of the Prophet Mohammed has denied any involvement in the Times Square car bomb. The man who runs the Web site for the Revolution Muslim group in Queens acknowledged he was at Times Square when the propane and gasoline-laden SUV was discovered, but he denied any involvement in the bomb plot.
"Do you think I commanded somebody to blow up a building in the middle of Times Square?" Younus Abdullah Muhammed asked the New York Daily News. "It had nothing to do with the South Park controversy. It was not an attack targeting Viacom." New York police have said they are investigating a possible link.
(Read more South Park stories.)