FBI Interpreter Falls in Love with ISIS Terrorist

Fell in love, then went to jail

FBI Interpreter Falls in Love with ISIS Terrorist

Gabriel Pore, Staff Reporter

Daniela Greene, 38, American FBI agent, was so in love with a German terrorist she left the US and went to Syria in order to be with him. According to court documents, after getting there, she lied to the Feds about where she was.

Denis Cuspert, a German citizen whose dream was to be a rapper, but that never happened. Calling himself “Deso Dogg” he eventually he became an ISIS pitchman in their twisted version of social media. He has been reportedly seen in their execution videos, holding severed heads.

Greene told the FBI she was going to visit family near Munich, Germany, but instead went to Syria to find her lover.

Born in Europe, Greene has joined the FBI 3 years earlier as a linguist. Then she was assigned to the Detroit bureau and asked to “probe” Cuspert in January 2014. By June, she already was making plans to be with him in the Middle East. Then they “tied the knot” later that same month.

But sometime in August 2014, Greene got cold feet and left the Middle East to head back to the US. As soon as she got back to the States, she was arrested for making false statements involving international terrorism.

Greene pleaded guilty in December 2014. She was then released in August 2016 after serving a two year sentence. She got a lighter sentence because the US Attorney Thomas Gillice cited her “cooperation” with FBI and other agencies upon returning to America.  A normal sentence for this crime is 13+ years.

Most outsiders trying to get into an ISIS region in Syria risk “getting their heads cut off,” said Kirby, a former State Department official who is now a CNN commentator on national security matters. “So for her to be able to get in as an American, as a woman, as an FBI employee, and to be able to take up residence with a known ISIS leader, that all had to be coordinated.”

She was (of course) released from the FBI, and now works as a hostess in a hotel lounge in the Syracuse area, according to the New York Post.

“She was just a well-meaning person that got up in something way over her head,” said her lawyer, former assistant federal public defender Shawn Moore.

“I will probably go to prison for a long time if I come back, but that is life,” Greene wrote in an email on July 22. “I wish I could turn back time some days.”