Thursday, January 26, 2017

When people are given a second chance in life, they should not let it go to waste.

Jesse Morton (formerly Younus Abdullah Muhammad), who was convicted of recruiting terrorists for al-Qaida, was given a second chance when he became a research fellow at George Washington University. Now, he’s been arrested and the charges are crazy for a former Islamic zealot!

Morton’s first brush with the law came from his violent rantings on the Revolution Muslim website, which he used to recruit many terrorists. He fled to Morocco, but was then extradited to the U.S. in 2012 and pleaded guilty to conspiring to solicit murder, making threatening communications, and using the Internet to put others in a state of fear.

Now? He’s been busted for cocaine possession and soliciting a prostitute!

This is what happens when you allow people to get off easy for their crimes. Apparently the allure of college life was too much for Morton, who fell into hard-partying ways.

Tell others about this! Our government shouldn’t allow former terrorists to go free to score hookers and blow. Make them permanent FBI informants and have them infiltrate terrorist organizations, not teach at universities and then commit more crimes!

H/T: Daily Caller

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