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Susan Lindauer - Former CIA asset whistleblower - Judge Preska NDAA

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Wednesday 13 March 2013

Susan Lindauer is a former CIA asset and post 911 whistleblower, She was the first non-Muslim American indefinately detained under the Patriot Act. On her first interview she focused on the general police state and Washington’s war on truth. She adds insight to Federal Judge, Loretta Preska, who declared Susan mentally incompentent to stand trial and now sits on the case of accused Stratfor hactivist Jeremy Hammond. Susan’s terrifying ordeal stands as evidence of the US abandoning the rule of law and she sheds light on the known risks to Julian Assange and Wikileaks drawn from the parallels.

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