Susan Lindauer seems to be a primary witnesses to foreknowledge of the 9/11 hijackings and attacks on the WTC and a witness to an Iraq invasion agenda. According to her story, she was imprisoned using the Patriot Act to keep her silent. There have also been a number of coincidental deaths of 9/11 witnesses. With primary witnesses now (all?) gone, 9/11 as an inside job will likely remain an unproven conspiracy theory.
In November 2007 Scripps Howard surveyed 811 Americans about their beliefs in several conspiracy theories and asked this question
- How about that some people in the federal government had specific warnings of the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington, but chose to ignore those warnings. Is this very likely, somewhat likely or unlikely?
- 32% “Very Likely”
- 30% “Somewhat Likely”
- 30% “Unlikely”
- 8% “Don’t Know/Other”
What Susan Lindauer can confirm first hand is only what 62% of people already thought was somewhat or very likely.
Susan Lindauer (born 17 July 1963) is an American journalist and antiwar activist.
In 2003 she was accused of conspiring to act as an unregistered lobbyist for the Iraqi Intelligence Service and engaging in prohibited financial transactions with the government of Iraq under Saddam Hussein. Lindauer was found mentally unfit to stand trial in two separate hearings. During her incarceration she won the right to refuse forced antipsychotic medication which the United States Department of Justice claimed would render her competent to stand trial. She was released in 2006 and all charges were dropped in 2009.
On January 8, 2003, she delivered a letter to Andrew Card. In her letter, she urged Card to intercede with President George W. Bush to not invade Iraq, and offered to act as a back channel in negotiations. Andrew Card is her second cousin. Her first politically-related contact with former Chief of Staff was around 2001.
Lindauer was arrested on March 11, 2004 in Takoma Park, Maryland and charged with “acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government”. The indictment alleged that she accepted US$10,000 from the Iraqi Intelligence Service in 2002. Lindauer denied receiving the money, but confirmed taking a trip to Baghdad. She was released on bond on March 13, 2004, to attend an arraignment the following week.
… In 2005 she was incarcerated at Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas, for psychological evaluation then moved to the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan. In 2006, she was released from prison after judge Michael B. Mukasey ruled that Lindauer was unfit to stand trial and could not be forced to take antipsychotic medication to make her competent to stand trial. He noted that the severity of Lindauer’s mental illness, which he described as a “lengthy delusional history”, weakened the prosecution’s case. In his decision he wrote, “Lindauer … could not act successfully as an agent of the Iraqi government without in some way influencing normal people …. 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.”
Her second cousin Andrew Card is the one who told George Bush something in the Florida classroom on the morning of 9/11. In the video you can hear what sounds like several different photographers getting pictures when Andrew Card tells President Bush that “America is under attack”. Did they know that it would be an important historical moment? If I was a kid and I heard all of those photographs being taken it would be difficult not to turn around and look at the cameras.
… previously unseen photographs of President Bush and his security team, taken as the events of September 11th were unfolding. The two most interesting shots depict Bush and his entourage in the corridor of the Emma Booker Elementary School, accompanied with a television set in the background showing news coverge of the attack on the World Trade Center.