“If there was a conspiracy, wouldn’t someone with inside knowledge have spoken out by now ?”
A mantra that is often used in mainstream support of the official account of 9/11.
Susan Lindauer is an American journalist, whistleblower, author, and antiwar activist.
In 2003 she was accused of conspiring to act as an unregistered lobbyist for the Iraqi Intelligence Service and engaging in prohibited financial transactions with the government of Iraq under Saddam Hussein.
Lindauer was found mentally unfit to stand trial in two separate hearings and all charges were dropped in 2009. She fought and won the right to refuse forced medication and was released in 2006.
Former Congressional staffer Susan Lindauer performed as a U.S. Intelligence Asset covering Libya and Iraq at the United Nations on matters of anti-terrorism from 1993 to 2002. Most notoriously, in the summer of 2001 her team warned about a major terrorist attack involving airplane hijackings and a strike on the World Trade Center. Lindauer also campaigned heavily against the Iraq War. This is the story of what happened when Lindauer tried to disclose the true facts of Pre-War Intelligence, the 9/11 warnings and Iraq’s subsequent contributions to the 9/11 investigation to Congress and the American people. It details the nightmare of her arrest on the Patriot Act and her imprisonment without a trial at the notorious Carswell Prison inside Carswell Air Force Base in Texas. Extreme Prejudice is a true life spy thriller.
Lindauer attended East Anchorage High School in Anchorage, Alaska, where she was an honor student and was in school plays. She graduated from Smith College in 1985. She earned a masters degree in public policy from the London School of Economics. She worked as a temporary reporter at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for 13 weeks in 1987, and as an editorial writer at the The Everett Herald in Everett, Washington in 1989. She then was a reporter and researcher at U.S. News & World Report in 1990 and 1991.
She then worked for Representative Peter DeFazio, D-Oregon (1993) and then Representative Ron Wyden, D-Oregon (1994) before joining the office of Senator Carol Moseley Braun, D-Illinois, where she worked as a press secretary and speech writer.
What if the government decided to invent a great lie to justify a disastrous war and a questionable anti-terrorism policy? What would happen to the people who know the truth? Extreme Prejudice delivers an explosive, high tension expose of the real facts surrounding the CIA’s advance warnings of 9/11 and an insider’s look at Pre-War Intelligence, told by one of the very few U.S. Assets covering Iraq before the War. For the first time, Lindauer discloses the existence of a comprehensive peace framework, which would have accomplished all major U.S. and British objectives in Baghdad without a single casualty.
Lindauer states that that for a number of years she was worked as a U.S. asset for the CIA and DIA. She described her work with the agencies as undertaking communications with the Iraqi government, serving as a “back channel” in negotiations. Lindauer said that this was the basis upon which she started making visits to the Libyan Mission at the United Nations in 1995, with the meetings lasting until 2001. Lindauer has stated that some of the meetings included talks with Iraqi Intelligence Service officials at the United Nations.
Extreme Prejudice reveals one Asset’s desperate struggle to survive the cover ups of 9/11 and Iraq. A true life spy thriller that goes inside the Iraqi Embassy and prison on a Texas military base, Extreme Prejudice exposes the depths of deception by leaders in Washington and London, in order to promote a questionable image of their successful anti-terrorism policy, and the shocking brutality used to suppress the truth of their failures from the American people and the world community. Above all, Extreme Prejudice offers a critical examination of the Patriot Act from the defendant’s chair. It is a terrifying story of secret charges, secret evidence, and threats of indefinite detention and forcible drugging, in the name of national security.