Daniela Greene is an FBI translator. She's also the FBI employee assigned to investigate ISIS terrorist and rapper "Deso Dogg." Instead of investigating him, she traveled to Syria and married him. While she was investigating him, she lied to the Bureau and even warned her new husband, Denis Cuspert (stage name Deso Dogg), that he was under investigation.

Denis Cuspert has been featured in many ISIS videos. These videos were filmed in both Iraq and Syria. In the videos he can be found holding severed heads. After marrying Cuspert, Greene realized she made a terrible mistake. Soon after she fled back to the United States.

Since returning she has been arrested and is fully cooperating with authorities in the United States.

Per The Hill:

Prosecutors describe her actions as deserving of “severe punishment,” but she was sentenced to just two years in prison. According to an analysis by Fordham University, Americans who are prosecuted for ISIS-related cases received on average 13.5 years in prison.

The FBI says it responded to Greene’s actions by taking “several steps in a variety of areas to identify and reduce security vulnerabilities.”

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Shawn Moore is Greene's attorney. Moore claims that “genuinely remorseful” and “she was just a well-meaning person that got up in something way over her head.”

Regardless of what she says now, these types of actions are disgusting and completely inexcusable. Sure, she is remorseful now, most likely because she is now back in the United States and is being held accountable for her actions. Her actions were extremely traitorous. Victims fall every day to the sick individuals of Islamic State and instead of doing her job, Daniela Greene attempted to help cover up the actions of an ISIS thug by marrying him. This is a disgusting betrayal of her job and she deserves to be punished for her actions.

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