ITWASSOOTED: Feds drop case against Susan Lindauer

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Feds drop case against Susan Lindauer

by Channel 2 News staff
Saturday, January 17, 2009

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The federal government has quietly dropped its case against former congressional aide Susan Lindauer, but she may be heading back to court with a lawsuit.

Lindauer was accused of helping an Iraqi spy agency, but later she was declared mentally unfit for trial.

Friday she said she will file a civil lawsuit alleging she was falsely arrested and prosecuted.

Prosecutors dropped the case against Lindauer on Thursday, saying the case would no longer be in the interest of justice.

Lindauer's father, John Lindauer, owned an Alaska newspaper chain and ran for governor in 1998.

Comment From

Here is what really happened.

In March 2001 Susan Lindauer carried a message from the Iraqi government to her cousin, the White House Chief of Staff, requesting the return of weapons inspectors. This proved that Iraq had no WMD, so the U.S. government knew that then.

Bush and Cheney nevertheless attacked and invaded Iraq using WMD as a pretext, and declared Susan Lindauer insane to silence her (a tactic copied from the former USSR).

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