9-11 Whistleblower Susan Lindauer On Life In a Military Prison

The Intel Hub
January 30th, 2011

Listen to part two of our ongoing series here.

Two weeks ago we welcomed former U.S. asset Susan Lindauer to the show. Susan worked extensively with the Libyan and Iraqi Embassies and after 9/11 worked to secure a peace deal with Iraq.

Little did she know that she would be charged as an Iraqi Agent simply for seeking peace and stopping a ludicrous, nation building war.

Today we were lucky enough to interview Susan for part two of our ongoing investigation into her warnings and subsequent arrest under the “Patriot” Act.

Instead of letting Susan get her day in court, the Federal Government actively worked to stop the case from going to trial where she would be able to tell her side of the story and expose the lies leading up the Iraq war.

In prison Susan was subjected to harsh conditions that would be considered torture in multiple countries. Contrary to what most Americans think, Susan and the other inmates in solitary confinement were only allowed outside once every TEN days and even then the actual amount of time outside was closer to thirty minutes.

The similarities to Susan’s case and the case of Bradley Manning are also strikingly similar. Manning is now being labeled “crazy” and has been subjected to extreme circumstances in prison that have led some to label his incarceration as torture.

Until recently Susan was gagged from speaking out and has now come forward with some very important information. Her testimony is key evidence that can be used in conjunction with other whistleblowers and scientific evidence to prove without a doubt that 9/11 was some sort of “inside” job.

Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq


Source: http://theintelhub.com/2011/01/30/911-whistleblower-susan-lindauer-on-life-in-a-military-prison/

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