Muslim ‘Mole’ in German intelligence agency sentenced by Dusseldorf court

A Dusseldorf court sentenced a former employee of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, BfV, to one year of probation on Tuesday for attempting to share secret information with Salafists.

The court said the defendant, Roque M., had expressed at different times militaristic, extreme-right and Salafist remarks over social media out of boredom and had welcomed the terrorist attacks carried out by the “Islamic State” (IS) in Paris in November 2016.

“There is no one who regrets all of this more than me,” the man said.

One year probation? I bet he sues and gets his job back.

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  • BillyHW

    Another HR win!

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Go Germany!

    • Merkelistan

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        I’m starting to think that D-Day 2.0 will be necessary.

  • simus1

    Wonder how many promotions his “brainiac recruiter” copped prior to the wheels totally falling off ?
    Remember the original bust story. Strictly “Operation Monty Python”.

  • Editor

    Restricting his access to sensitive information might be a good idea. I’m sure he can be transfered to another public service job, say, air traffic controller or nuclear reactor technician maybe.