Tremon Muhammad, an Alabama imam, was arrested, charged, and plead guilty after being involved in a prostitution sweep. But Jim Hoft over at The Gateway Pundit made an interesting observation, they called him a "minister" instead of an "imam".
A Birmingham minister arrested last year in a Woodlawn prostitution sweep pleaded guilty this week to disorderly conduct, court records show.
Tremon Muhammad, 37, was one of 35 people arrested in November for soliciting for prostitution.
He later was charged with loitering, which is a violation. According to Alabama law, violations are less serious offenses than misdemeanors and felonies.
Muhammad’s trial was set to begin Monday before Jefferson County Circuit Judge David Lichtenstein.
Instead of going to trial, Muhammad pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, a class C misdemeanor, and was fined $350 with no jail time.
At the time of his arrest, Muhammad was a student minister at Birmingham’s Muhammad Mosque 69. He has spoken out against allegations of police brutality and often attended anti-violence rallies.