Democratic Spies

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    The Face of Treason

    By Lowell Ponte | March 15, 2004

    THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY HAS A BIG PROBLEM named Susan Lindauer, but you would never know this from the reporting by America’s dominant
    Left-leaning news media.

    Last Thursday Ms. Lindauer, 41, was arrested in her suburban Washington, D.C. home and charged with “prohibited financial transactions” from, acting as “an unregistered agent of,” and “conspiring” to act as a spy, both before and after the incursion a year ago, for Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi Intelligence Service (IIS).

    Known in Arabic as the Mukhabbarat, the IIS has reportedly been involved in terrorist operations, intimidating and killing Iraqi defectors and dissidents, and according to Anwar Iqbal of United Press International, was said to have been involved in the attempted assassination of President George H.W. Bush.

    In 2003 Lindauer also met repeatedly with an FBI undercover agent posing as a Libyan agent. She is accused of working with him on plans for resistance groups to fight back against Americans in Iraq.

    Monday morning at 11 A.M. Lindauer and two co-defendants, sons of Iraq’s former Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, were scheduled to appear before Chief Judge Michael B. Mukasey of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for arraignment. If tried and found guilty on all counts, she could be
    sentenced to up to 25 years in prison.

    Lindauer has worked in the offices of four prominent Democratic lawmakers in Congress. Among the as-yet-unanswered questions about this case are whether or how herconnections to these Democrats helped Lindauer obtain confidential information she supplied to Saddam’s secret police in an effort to keep Hussein in power.


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