GWU hired Morton last September as part of its program on extremism, where he studied Islamic radicalization and de-radicalization. But according to university spokesman Brett Zongker, he didn't teach classes or interact with students. He just got a regular paycheck and did his thing as a "consultant" (LOL). Zongker confirmed that on Jan. 2, the jihadist was no longer working for the school but emphasized that "the reasons for his departure are unrelated to his work with the Program on Extremism."
When Morton, now 38, converted to Islam when he was 20 while in prison for drug offenses. While being rehabilitated (LOL) he used his website, Revolution Muslim, to recruit brother scumcrumpets for al-Qaeda and encourage them to commit violent attacks on people who claimed Islam was not the religion of peace and also went after cartoonist and writers of "South Park."
The POS Morton was sentenced to 12 years after pleading guilty to conspiracy to solicit murder along with other charges. He was labeled by prosecutors as a threat to the "very freedoms on which our society is based."
But then he became an informant to the feds and all was forgiven. They released him after less than 3 years in the slammer.
As fate and Allah would have it, Morton was arrested again at a hotel in late December after soliciting a prostitute on Backpage.com. Police officers found drug paraphernalia and cocaine on him when he went to meet who he thought was a prostitute.
The sting used an ad offering sex services place on Backpage.com. Morton replied to the ad and then showed up at the Governor House Inn & Suites in Falls Church, Va. where he was arrested. Police searched his automobile and found cocaine, a glass pipe and other hardware for smoking crack.
It must have been Allah's will or something--maybe he's just stupid.
Anyway, GWU hired him for their Program on Extremism. His job was to research effective methods to de-radicalize potential terrorists of the Islamic persuasion after recruiting countless others in radical Islamic terrorist roles.
He attained a Master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University in 2007 and affiliated himself with radical Islamic groups in New York City. He went by the name Younus Abdullah Mohammad (because every Muslim wants to emulate Mohammad.
The crap weasel started a website known as Revolution Muslim and it became one of the top Islamic radicalization sites on YouTube in the USA. When things got hot for him, he fled to Morocco but was apprehended and extradited back to the U.S. in 2011.
While in prison, he helped federal agents with counter-terrorism operations and was released in 2015.
GWU snatched him up in 2016.
His next court date is in April 2017.