NEW YORK (EON) – The story has been making headlines across the globe. A translator for the FBI to report the remarks of a German jihadist fighting for the Islamic state (Daech) ended up marrying him, according to CNN.
Daniela Greene, who speaks fluent German, was entrusted in January 2014 by the Detroit office with the supervision of Denis Cuspert. He is an ex-rapper known overseas under the pseudonym of Deso Dogg, who fights under the name of war of Abu Talha al-Almani. She fell in love with him.
Barely five weeks
The 38-year-old translator went so far as to warn Denis Cuspert that he was under surveillance and in June 2014 she took a plane to Istanbul, where she was greeted by her pretender. Both marry shortly thereafter but less than five weeks later, Daniela Greene goes to the US authorities after negotiating her return.
She may be aware of the nature of her husband. A video dating from July 2014 shows Denis Cuspert surrounded by dead bodies in the city of Homs in Syria. It also appears holding a freshly cut head.
Condemned on her return
Within weeks of marrying Cuspert, Greene, 38, seemed to realize she had made a terrible mistake She was tried in December 2014, according to CNN, who obtained the indictment. Pleading guilty of misrepresentation in a case of international terrorism, she was sentenced to two years in prison. She was released in the summer of 2016.
The case is all the more embarrassing for the FBI that its translator had a top-secret authorization. The agency has taken “several steps to identify and reduce its security weaknesses,” she told CNN. But for several American experts, if Daniela Greene was able to go to Syria in the areas controlled by the Islamic state, this could not be done without the authorization of leaders.
Deso Dogg (Ebu talha)adlı DEAŞ teröristini soruşturmakla görevli FBI çalışanı Daniela Greene,Suriyeye gidip onunla evlenmiş.Asrın tiyatrosu! pic.twitter.com/2GC6faFIA0
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The former translator now works at the reception in a hotel, still in the United States. She did not want to speak for fear of putting her family in danger. (Nxp)