Book Review: EXTREME PREJUDICE: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq, by Susan Lindauer

In the over nine years of informing the public of the evidence which clearly supports that 9/11 was a false flag operation, one of the most common objections has been that “hundreds, if not thousands, of people would have been involved and therefore, someone would have blown the whistle!”

While no direct insiders have spoken out (think psychopaths), nonetheless, whistleblowers do abound, telling us a story that is far afield of that told to us by our government and mainstream media.  Many can be discovered by a simple search on the web for “9/11 whistleblowers.”

Former CIA Asset Susan Lindauer, in her newly released book, Extreme Prejudice, provides an extraordinary first-hand account from behind the intelligence curtain that shatters the government’s lies about 9/11 and Iraq, and casts a harsh spotlight on the workings of the Patriot Act as the ideal weapon to bludgeon whistleblowers and dissidents.

From Janice Matthews, Director of
“….It unfolds like a suspense thriller from deep within the struggle for global sanity, at the hands of those perpetrating dark secrecy. Lindauer reveals faces of our national truth few Americans imagine. Chilling, heartbreaking, horrifying and hopeful, Extreme Prejudice offers a depth of historical insight critical to transforming our future. Pay attention.”

And pay attention we must if we are to stem the rising tide of a lawless and fascist nation overtaking this democratic republic.  For more information on Susan Lindauer, see .  Below is a book review by Michael Collins.

Fran Shure, Tim Boyle, and Dorothy Lorig


The Hornet’s Nest Kicked Back – A Review of Susan Lindauer’s Extreme Prejudice

by Michael Collins

December 21, 2010

Fiction delivers justice that reality rarely approaches. Victims endure suffering and emerge as victors after overcoming incredible challenges. Stieg Larsson’s gripping Millennium Trilogy weaves a story of revenge and triumphs for Lizbeth Salander, locked away in a mental institution and sexually abused for years. When Salander got out and threatened to go public about a high level sexual exploitation ring, the perpetrators sought to lock her up again. In the final installment, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, Salander found some justice.

Susan Lindauer’s autobiography, Extreme Prejudice, tells a story with certain broad similarities. In her case, however, the hornet’s nest kicked back with a real vengeance. After over a decade as a U.S. intelligence asset, Lindauer was privy to information about prewar Iraq that threatened to serve up a huge embarrassment to the Bush-Cheney regime. She hand delivered a letter to senior Bush administration officials in hopes of averting what she predicted would be the inevitably tragic 2003 US invasion of Iraq. Those officials, unnamed in the indictment, were her second cousin, then White House chief of staff Andy Card, and Colin Powell.

After the invasion failed to find weapons of mass destruction (WMD), Lindauer went to Congress offering to testify about the quality of prewar intelligence. In early 2004, she met with staffers in the offices of Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Trent Lott (R-MS) in February 2004. Shortly after those visits and other offers to testify in public, Lindauer was indicted on March 11 for serving as an “unregistered agent” for prewar Iraq and promptly arrested. [Read more…]