When I first read the article, I was wondering what her job was. You see just anyone can't be charged with spying, you have to have access to something sensitive.
Now we can see why her occupation and employer wasn't listed. Employed by a freaking RAT!
Let's wait and see if anyone mentions her occupation. It is intrinsically relevant to the charges. Americans have a right to know!
posted on 03/11/2004 7:57:30 AM PST
(Daisy-cutters trump a wiretap anytime - Nicole Gelinas)
So is this what the lying liberal hunters of President Bush's secret INTEL have been demanding. Rocky's MEMO!
Wonder what else President Bush has up his sleeves that really has these lying liberals scared?
On Jan. 8, 2003, prosecutors said, Lindauer tried to influence U.S. foreign policy by delivering to the home of a U.S. government official a letter in which she conveyed her access to and contacts with members of Saddam's regime. The official was not identified in the indictment.
posted on 03/11/2004 9:28:46 AM PST
('...Kerry is like that or so a crack sausage.')
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