How Terror Rapper Deso Dogg Married A U.S. Agent and Screwed The FBI

It turns out that former German rapper Deso Dogg turned top terrorist, is in love.

One of the world’s most wanted targets is back on the radar after he married an FBI translator named Daniella Green.
Green, who had the government’s highest top-secret clearance, lied to her superiors and married the ISIS fighter that she was hired to conduct surveillance on.
This is all developing after Green has already served two years in prison, as the hunt for the rapping terrorist continues.
The records from Green’s trial were unsealed by authorities this week after she was done cooperating and completing her two-year sentence.
In the summer of 2014, an already married Green traveled to Syria without informing her superiors of her whereabouts.
She told her FBI boss that she was going to Germany to visit family but ended up in the ISIS stronghold of Aleppo in Syria.

“If I talk to you my family will be in danger” Daniella Green to CNN on marrying terrorist rapper Deso Dogg

Deso Dogg was inspired by N.W.A. and Tupac, and he is recognized as a “Specially Designated Global Terrorist.”
The German citizen quit rap in 2010, after releasing three albums between 2006-2009. He then left his hometown of Berlin, to fight for ISIS in 2012.
According to intelligence, when Deso Dogg quit rapping, he moved to Egypt, and on to Syria.
Once there, he pledged allegiance to ISIL’s top goon, 45-year-old Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Since then, Deso Dogg has served as one of ISIS’ scariest recruiters, thanks to his ability to command the microphone, while playing with decapitated heads, at the same time.
Daniella Green, a Czech national and Clemson graduate, Green flew to Canada then to Istanbul and finally to Syria, where she was helped by terrorists.
Not only did she marry an ISIS soldier, Green also told Deso Dogg, born Dennis Cuspert, sensitive information about the FBI’s investigation.
Within weeks Green had changed her mind and sent messages back to the US saying: “I am weak…I am in a very harsh environment and I don’t know how long I will last… \but it doesn’t matter it’s all a little too late. I’ll probably go to prison for a very long time if I come back to the U.S.”

Daniella Green did eventually make her way back to the USA and was subsequently arrested immediately, upon landing.
Prosecutors say Green is out of prison and free due to the level of cooperation she provided.
Meanwhile rapper Deso Dogg remains a top target for the American Government.