Harvey ‘Jack’ McGeorge.
In context, McGeorge was one of the UN Weapons Inspectors attacked by the
neo-cons of the Bush administration in their effort to drive UN Weapons
inspectors out of Iraq because they knew that Saddam Hussein had no “Weapons of
Mass Destruction.” The UN Weapons inspectors were a thorn in the side of the
neo-cons of the Bush administration because they provided some resistance to the
WMD fraud. Presumably, McGeorge’s sex life was made an issue to discredit the UN
It may be more complex than that, but, in context, the Washington Post article
about McGeorge was part of a series of articles attacking the UN in order to justify the neo-conservative/Bush war against Iraq using the fake “WMD” pretext.
The New York Times had a series of articles at the same time also pushing the
fake “WMD” narrative, exemplified by Judith Miller, who funneled false stories from a never-named “contact” among the neo-cons/Israeli 5th Column in the Bush administration.
Presumably, what you call the “lifer” faction of CIA opposed the “outsourced”
faction – which at the time were Israeli assets/partisans – and McGeorge’s
(McGeorge, as part of the UN faction, presumably able and willing to admit the
truth about the non-existent WMDs) sex life was exposed in a slapdash effort to
derail the UN Weapons inspectors, which would have found no “WMDs” and the fact that the Saddam Hussein government was cooperating fully with the USA and the UN.
(The “lack of qualification” arguments were similar; McGeorge did not lack qualifications and was endorsed by the highest levels of the UN; the fact his PhD was not in the three specializations mentioned in the hit piece was frankly irrelevant. The scientific evidence of the non-existent “WMDs in Iraq” was never seriously in doubt by anyone – this was an exercise in propaganda.)