You can’t make this up, can you? A former al-Qaeda recruiter, Jesse Morton, served time for recruiting for a terrorist organization. George Washington University hired him as a homeland security expert, which stirred controversy. But, he was arrested in a sting operation and was found possessing cocaine while he was attempting to meet a prostitute:
Jesse Morton, a former al Qaeda recruiter turned FBI informant turned fellow at The George Washington University, has been arrested for possession of cocaine while attempting to meet a prostitute.
According to The Washington Post, Jesse Morton was arrested on December 28 as part of a Fairfax, Virginia police sting operation after responding to an ad for a prostitute on backpage.com. Upon his arrest, police found cocaine and a glass pipe in his vehicle.
Morton was the center of controversy after it was announced in the fall that he would be hired as a Homeland Security expert at The George Washington University’s Program on Extremism, conducting research on terrorist ideology.