Sibel Edmonds and Susan Lindauer are national heroines. Both learned appalling things about the 9/11 coup d'état, and the rush to war it triggered, while working in the National Security establishment. Both blew the whistle. And both suffered horribly as the war criminals running the post-9/11-coup regime took extraordinary measures to silence them.
Second hour: Susan Lindauer, author of Extreme Prejudice, hasn't received the same level of mainstream media publicity that Edmonds has - but that might be because her case is even more damning! Lindauer worked as a CIA asset mediating between the US and Iraq during and after the run-up to 9/11. In mid-2001, she learned through her CIA handler, Case Officer Richard Fuisz, that a huge terrorist attack would occur in Manhattan in late August or early September of that year. On the morning of 9/11, she watched television images of the Twin Towers being blown to bits in obvious controlled demolitions while talking on the phone with Fuisz, who reacted to the demolitions by screaming about "the goddamn Israelis!" Later, Fuisz was silenced with more than a million dollars of hush money, while Lindauer would ultimately be hung out to dry.