Leatrice Malika De Bruhl-Daniels, 45, an agent with the US Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) is waiting for litigation against…
A federal agent with suspension since May is waiting for trial after being accused of harming an FBI investigation by having a romantic relationship with an Syrian businessman suspected of being a terrorist, according to reports.
The authorities say the businessman threw a birthday party for the agent, identified as Leatrice Malika De Bruhl-Daniels, 45, and paid for his vacation in Greece, reported the Houston Chronicle.
“I can not stop thinking … you. I have not slept for a few days,” the agent wrote in a letter to the businessman, according to court documents quoted by Chronicle. “I’m deeply attracted to you and I can not think of you so. Do not worry, I will still fight for your visa situation as much as I can.”
“I can not stop thinking about you. have not slept for a few days. I’m deeply attracted to you and I can not think of you so. Do not worry, I will still fight for your visa situation as much as possible. “
De Bruhl-Daniels is free of bondage and lives with her mother’s home in Virginia while waiting for further case law in Houston in connection with the case, Houston Chronicle reported.
The agent appeared at a Houston hearing in October where she did not owe
According to the crown, De Bruhl-Daniels worked for the US Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), dealing with criminal, terrorism and intelligence services to investigate the US Navy and Marine Corps.
While stationed in the United Arab Emirates, De Bruhl-Daniels met Nadal Diya, 46, accused of using fake Guatemalan and Argentine passports in Texas and Louisiana, where he and three co-def Endants are now being subjected to fraud, reported Chronicle.
At the time when they met in 2016, Diya tried to get a tourist visa so that he could enter the United States, reported the post. DHS believed that Diya was involved in illegally exporting goods from the United States to Iran, Washington Post reported, referring to court documents.
De Bruhl-Daniels contacted the State Department and Hometown Department at Diya, but was told to “stay away” from him and that he would be arrested if he entered the United States reported the post.
But instead, the agent opened a romantic relationship with the businessman, told him that he was being investigated and warned him to be arrested in the United States, the report said.
De Bruhl-Daniels himself was arrested on September 28th for the barrier according to the report.