Susan Lindauer

Susan Lindauer wrote a book titled Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq
describing her experiences as a CIA asset prior to the Iraq war. She had negotiated, on behalf of the CIA, a deal with Iraq that would have avoided war, ended the sanctions, and given the U.S. everything it had asked for.  Read the description of her book at her website:

Then when Congress scheduled some hearings a few years after the war started Lindauer wanted to testify. The theme of the hearings was going to be that pre war intelligence on Iraq was faulty and Congress did the best they could with the information they had. Lies. To prevent her from testifying and prevent the American people from hearing what she had arranged before the war, the government arrested her using the USA Patriot Act, violated her constitutional rights, and threw her in jail. The government tried to get a judge to allow them to give her psychiatric drugs that would have fried her brain. It is one of the most horrific stories that ever happened to an American citizen, especially a CIA agent who was working for peace. She had been a peace activist before the CIA recruited her.

You can do a web search on Susan Lindauer Extreme Prejudice.

Here is a link to such a search.  Many of these videos are long (which you will appreciate if you appreciate the details) but for those interested in this subject they are NOT boring.  Lindauer’s story is a mind blowing story, from her first hand personal experience, of a level of corruption, deception, and crime in the Bush Administration.

Among the shorter videos is this one from Press TV, with links to many other videos.

Links to Lindauer’s book Extreme Prejudice:

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