Her mother, Jacquelyn "Jackie" Lindauer nee Shelly, died of cancer in In , her father married Dorothy Oremus, a Chicago attorney. She later worked as a reporter and researcher at U. She began socialising in an informal circle of conservatives interested in counterterrorism, including Capitol Hill staff and intelligence community members.
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Her mother, Jacquelyn "Jackie" Lindauer nee Shelly, died of cancer in In , her father married Dorothy Oremus, a Chicago attorney.
She later worked as a reporter and researcher at U. She began socialising in an informal circle of conservatives interested in counterterrorism, including Capitol Hill staff and intelligence community members.
These included Dr. Lindauer said that Fuisz had shared with her a theory that did not hold Libya to blame. Lindauer and Fuisz said they met an average of once per week from to , and Lindauer has described Fuisz as "my contact with the CIA. Fuisz did not confirm or deny this, saying he was not permitted to speak about it. Bush , and had been selected by George W. Bush to run the Republican National Convention. In her letters, she urged Card to intercede with President George W.
Bush not to invade Iraq, and offered to act as a back channel in negotiations. These discussions changed and now involved a very strong seditious bent. I did more to stop terrorism in this country than anybody else. I have done good things for this country. I worked to get weapons inspectors back to Iraq when everybody else said it was impossible.
According to transcripts Lindauer presented to the New York Times in , these included meetings with Iraqi Muthanna al-Hanooti, a peace activist later accused of spying. Lindauer also said that the U. Bush listens to remarks by Mukasey after announcing his nomination to be Attorney General. She was then moved to the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan. Mukasey ruled that Lindauer was unfit to stand trial.
In his decision he wrote, "Lindauer There is no indication that Lindauer ever came close to influencing anyone, or could have. The indictment charges only what it describes as an unsuccessful attempt to influence an unnamed government official, and the record shows that even lay people recognize that she is seriously disturbed.
Judge Mukasey would not allow her to be forcibly medicated, as requested by the prosecution. In October she denied in an e-mail being the author of the Markovian Parallax Denigrate Usenet postings of August 5, The meaning of the cryptic posts, if any, remains a mystery.
Is it protecting America from enemies foreign and domestic? Is it protecting YOU? Two books that I read recently document first-hand just how much of their legal protection from arbitrary intrusion Americans have lost under the Patriot Acts and their extension most recently signed by President Obama. She did her job as instructed but when she tried to pass on the information the US Govt assigned her to acquire, she was told that she was to forget what she knew because her government did not want to know! The information she was tasked with acquiring unequivocally pointed to a clear and present danger of terrorist attack, information from multiple sources both inside the US and abroad, information that was unimpeachable and easy for the intelligence community to confirm! Lindauer kept trying to get what was obviously vital information through to the appropriate Intelligence directors.
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Faulabar As written, with such a personal egocentric perspective, it is impossible to determine all the facts and what actually happened. She pursued peace options and alternate forms of government to that which was established in occupied countries. Her moving story of how she was at the center of the false flag event is compelling and shocking both. Colin Vas from Carswell FMC admitted that over seven months of incarceration, staff observed no signs of hallucinations and no signs of hearing voices, nor any depression or bipolar disorder. During her incarceration she won the right to refu Susan Lindauer is an American journalist and antiwar activist.