Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Former CIA asset reveals how she was gagged after 9/11



Interview with Susan Lindauer, CIA Agent Jailed 
for Wanting to Tell the Truth
by Steve Beckow
8 September 2011

If you’ve wanted to know what the ordinary CIA agent who wasn’t part of the 9/11 plot was doing and thinking after 9/11, Susan Lindauer, author of Extreme Prejudice, can tell you. Her handler, after 9/11, told her the CIA was not going to conduct an investigation but was really aiming simply to keep the people calm. When she began digging into the matter, she landed up in prison. Her handler, by contrast, received a $13 million payoff.

Amazing testimony of ex-CIA Asset Susan Lindauer. Five years of legal troubles, one year in prison for daring to tell the truth. During the Bush era the top controllers of the governmental mechanism of Defense and National Security wanted to have a war with Iraq. They got their wish and anyone who got in the way was dealt with severely no matter if they violated a law or not. Not brought to trial, Lindauer was jailed under the ‘Patriot Act’ which amounted to summary punishment outside a verdict in a court of law. She was jailed without a trial. This is part of her story that is just unfolding now. She has waited 10 years to tell it.


My comment: I find Susan Lindauer's personality gratingly superficial and her delivery far too glib for someone who suffered unjust punishment for attempting to do her job. She sounds more like just another author trying to promote her new book. Nevertheless, she reveals many snippets of information worth adding to the mountain of evidence already assembled, which points to the fact that the entire episode was a 4D disaster movie scripted by astral parasites through human agents for the sole purpose of further disempowering the masses and promoting centralized government as "the only way to exterminate random acts of  violence."

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