Rod Jetton: Missouri Lawmaker Ensnared in Sex Charge Now Operates Newspaper
He's remarried and lives in Branson. He works in marketing and recently joined the Gideons, the Christian group that hands out Bibles. His Twitter profile says it all:
In an interview with the Associated Press this week, Jetton didn't shy away from the tawdry event that led to his fall.
"I let politics and power influence me, and change me from who I really was," said Jetton. "Unfortunately, it took some trouble, some problems, to get me to realize that."
Jetton's business partner in The Missouri Times is Scott Faughn, a former mayor of Poplar Bluff who has had legal problems of his own. He was convicted of felony check forgery in 2007 before going on to found a similar paper called SEMO Times.