OMG! German Spy Evades Authorities About His Alias and Secret Life of Porn and Jihad

German Intelligence Agency Hires Porn Star Muslim Infiltrator

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OMG! German Spy Evades Authorities About His Alias and Secret Life of Porn and Jihad
OMG! German Spy Evades Authorities About His Alias and Secret Life of Porn and Jihad
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Intel shared by Muslim German porn star spy

A 51-year-old German citizen, of Spanish descent, was recently hired by the German Intelligence Agency as a spy. Meanwhile, his conversion to Islam was kept hidden. Being put in this position gave him autonomy to illuminate the Islamic regime and help plan attacks. His alter ego as a Muslim was the same alias used for the spy to visit porn sites and star in a film all his own. Videos of sexually explicit escapades were uncovered from his home after the arrest. The spy also kept his alias hidden from his wife and four children.

How does an obvious convert to a terrorist religion gain employment by an intelligence agency as a mole? It seems like something that would happen in a movie. Nevertheless, in real life, the German intelligence agency has a serious breach of security. Transcripts containing explicit intelligence information meant for Islamic sources was conveyed before the arrest. The call to commit a crime in the name of Allah is crystal clear.

An attack was already planned against the mole’s employer. After interviews and interrogations, some believe the 51-year-old might have multiple personalities. Nice excuse right? Pleading insanity seems to work the law nicely.

The man had pledged allegiance to Islam in 2014. Since then he has intentionally infiltrated security and intelligence in Germany in an attempt to “help the brothers in faith.”

 

He was almost successful

German authorities began looking into the terrorist alias’ online. They had spotted the spy in a digital chat room and lured him out for a private conversation. He was eager to reveal his double life and told the intelligence officers elaborate information about his activities.

When authorities searched further, they found the man had not only used another name to contact his Muslim counterparts; he he had also used it to enter porn sites. Evidence soon came to light that he starred in a pornographic film. Authorities searched his home and found videos of his sexual exploits.

 

Authorities searched his home

During the man’s interviewing process with the agency, apparently, no red flags appeared. The question is how much did they check out his references? Certainly, an intelligence agency has access to modern technology of decoding and digging up hidden databases with secret records. Who did the background check? Who did surveillance? Security is conjecturally thorough.

Only after the incident did authorities begin secret surveillance. It unknown exactly how much information is prone to Islamic sources, however: the spy was actively trying to recruit more moles for his cause. This scenario is repeating itself in every nation and government agencies.

 

 

Infiltration isn’t all that difficult these days

No one is paying attention to simple signs of deception. It’s scandalous for any intelligence organization.

The German Interior Ministry spokesman doesn’t recall similar cases and believes there are no fundamental problems in the agency. But German citizens disagree. They find the incident outrageous and question the validity of the domestic intelligence agency. Islamic state groups are always looking to carry out attacks. German citizens understand this. Especially from this most recent case.

 

Nonetheless, there have been notable attacks in Germany

In a rampage on a train near Wuerzburg, a suicide bomber detonated his device near an entrance. Five people had been wounded. Another German Iranian killed nine people as he tore through a shopping center in Munich. With over 800,000 migrants arriving last year alone, tensions are high in Germany.

The unrevealed suspect is currently in custody. His investigation on preparing acts of violence against the state of Germany and violation of state secrets regulations continues.

Terror attacks are common everywhere nowadays. Every country needs to check their intelligence officers thoroughly before and during employment. Obviously, damage begins before hiring personnel. After all, terrorist don’t change their spots.

 

References: news.com.au, The Independent,  Washington Post