WHAT HAPPENS when you cross a government that claims the power to silence dissent? Susan Lindauer, author of Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq (and first cousin of former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card), discusses her ordeal after being accused of acting as an agent of Iraqi intelligence.
Susan was arrested in March of 2004 after she volunteered to testify before a blue ribbon commission on pre-war intelligence on Iraq. Lindauer approached two commission members, Trent Lott of Mississippi and John McCain of Arizona, with her offer of testimony. About a month later, she was indicted by a grand jury and charged with being an unregistered agent of the Iraqi government.
Susan claims that her only crime was trying to persuade her cousin, Andy Card (then chief of staff to President Bush), that war against Iraq was inadvisable and unnecessary. She based her opinion on information she claims to have gathered as a liaison to the governments of Iraq and Libya while serving as an NOC (non-official cover) asset for the CIA and DIA.
She also claims that her CIA handler, Dr. Richard Fuisz, confirms information gathered from other sources — Michael Riconosciuto (via Cheri Seymour’s The Last Circle), and former DIA operative Lester K. Coleman in his book Trail of the Octopus (both links point to free online copies of the books) — that link Iran and the Syrian-based Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine for the Pan Am 103 bombing.
The point is this: regardless of the charges against Lindauer, the fact that the government of the United States can arrest and imprison American citizens without allowing a defense in open court should be a chilling wake-up call.
In the spring of 2006, we interviewed Navy veteran J Fields about the plight of Susan Lindauer. You can listen to the interview, presented in three parts, by clicking here. Our previous interview with Susan on VFTB is archived online here.
In the second hour, we examine Dominion theology in depth with Sarah Leslie of Discernment Ministries. Sarah outlines the defining characteristics of Kingdom Now theology and its links to transhumanism and the New Age Movement. Read Sarah’s article, “What is Dominionism?”, online at Apprising Ministries.
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