Beware in whom you trust. Hajji Juma Khan an American informer in Afghanistan, was arrested and brought to New York to face charges under the 2006 narco-terrorism law. Incidentally, Mr. Khan, was previously invited to visit Washington, DC in 2006. He informed the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency about the Taliban, Afghan corruption, and drug trafficking. It didn’t matter then to these agencies that Mr. Khan was on his way to becoming Afghanistan’s most important narcotics trafficker. As a paid informer, Mr. Khan received large amounts of cash by our government. In a effort to take over his rivals’ operations, he used these proceeds, to pay off Taliban leaders and corrupt politicians. So trusting was Mr. Khan of his new associates, he hoped his leads would earn him status as a protected American asset.