Tuesday, December 6th, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on NoLiesRadio.org (archived here a few hours after broadcast).
Guest: Ex-CIA asset & imprisoned 9/11 whistleblower Susan Lindauer, author of Extreme Prejudice.
The new Senate Military Appropriations bill places the US under martial law by allowing the military to indefinitely detain people without charges. Who better to discuss this topic than Susan Lindauer, the CIA asset who was indefinitely detained at Carswell Air Force Base because she knew too much about 9/11, Iraq, and other Bush Administration crimes?
As a U.S. Intelligence Asset, Susan Lindauer covered anti-terrorism at the Iraqi Embassy in New York from 1996 up to the invasion. Independent sources have confirmed that she gave advance warning about the 9/11 attack. She also started talks for the Lockerbie Trial with Libyan diplomats. Shortly after requesting to testify before Congress about successful elements of Pre-War Intelligence, Lindauer became one of the first non-Arab Americans arrested on the Patriot Act as an “Iraqi Agent.” She was accused of warning her second cousin, White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and Secretary of State Colin Powell that war with Iraq would have catastrophic consequences. Gratis of the Patriot Act, her indictment was loaded with “secret charges” and “secret evidence.” She was subjected to one year in prison on Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas without a trial or hearing, and threatened with indefinite detention and forcible drugging to shut her up. After five years of indictment without a conviction or guilty plea, the Justice Department dismissed all charges five days before President Obama’s inauguration.
Labels: 9/11 truth, Extreme Prejudice, indefinite detention, martial law, S. 1867, Susan Lindauer, war crimes