EXTREME PREJUDICE: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover-Ups of 9/11 & Iraq
What if the government decided to invent a great lie to sell a disastrous war and a questionable anti-terrorism policy? What would happen to the intelligence assets who know the truth?
Former CIA asset Susan Lindauer 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. A terrifying true story of “black budget” betrayals, with its arsenal of secret evidence, indefinite detention and threats of forcible drugging, Extreme Prejudice reveals one asset’s desperate struggle to survive the brutality.
Extreme Prejudice delivers a high-tension exposé of the real facts surrounding the CIA’s advance warnings of 9-11 and Iraq’s contributions to the 9-11 investigation. Revealed for the first time is the existence of a comprehensive peace framework, which would have accomplished all major U.S. objectives in Baghdad without a single casualty.
A true life spy thriller that goes inside the Iraqi embassy and a prison inside a Texas military base, Extreme Prejudice reveals the depths of deception by leaders in Washington and London to promote a questionable image of their anti-terrorism policy, and the shocking brutality used to suppress the truth of their failures from the American people and the world community.
Above all, Extreme Prejudice offers a critical examination of the Patriot Act’s assault on defendant rights in the courts, when liberty and freedom to dissent from government policy are the highest stakes. Extreme Prejudice is a personal narrative accessible to all audiences, not an academic book.
Softcover, 448 pages