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Susan Lindauer, Takoma Park, MD, US

Live, It's the Bureaucracy!

TV Entrepreneur Bets People Want 24-Hour Executive Branch Coverage
By Mike Mills
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, November 6, 1997; Page D01
The Washington Post

According to 46-year-old entrepreneur and

station owner Dennis Dunbar, every bureaucrat along the

Washington Mall is a potential viewer. Unlike C-SPAN, Dunbar

points out that "anyone with a rabbit ears antenna" on the TV

set will be able to see what the station broadcasts.

"There are approximately 38,000 top executives in the federal government that we will be reaching," said Dunbar's spokeswoman, Susan Lindauer. "And there are over 2,200 associations and nonprofit groups in town. These will be a powerful audience for us in the beginning."
So far, the Channel 28 idea has received support from the (CLINTON!!!) White House and a number of federal agencies, Lindauer said.


She shilled for Libya too... in the congressional record about the lockerbie bombing!!!

"They initiated court action to forbid the paper to be published or used in any way. But now we are in the course of the trial. As the evidence is placed before the court it emerged that a former CIA agent who was their key operative in Damascus in the 1980's, had been reported as saying that Libya was not responsible in any way for the bombing, that he knew exactly who was responsible and that there was evidence to support his contentions. Clearly such arguments which were made to a Congressional aide in the USA called Susan Lindauer,"


From: "Susan Lindauer" slindauer40 at
Subject: Fwd: US Troops Decide to Charge Money for Water to Penniless Iraqis
in Um Qasr
Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 15:57:34 -0500

(looniness snipped)

Shilled for Libya... Libya has since admitted responsibility

One month before a court order was served on him by the US government gagging him from speaking on the grounds of national security, he spoke to US congressional aide Susan Lindauer, telling her he knew the identities of the Lockerbie bombers and claiming they were not Libyan.

Lindauer, shocked by Fuisz's claims, immediately compiled notes on the meeting which formed the basis of a later sworn affidavit detailing Fuisz's claims. One month after their conversation, in October 1994, a court in Washington DC issued an order barring him from revealing any information on the grounds of "military and state secrets privilege".

Whencontactedbythe Sunday Herald last night, Fuisz said when asked if he was a CIA agent in Syria in the 1980s: "That is not an issue I can confirm or deny. I am not allowed to speak about these issues. In fact, I can't even explain to you why I can't speak about these issues." Fuisz did, however, say that he would not take any action againstanewspaperwhich named him as a CIA agent.

Congressional aide Lindauer, who was involved in early negotiations over the Lockerbie trial, claims Fuisz made "unequivocal statements É to me that he has first-hand knowledge about the Lockerbie case". In her affidavit, she goes on: "Dr Fuisz has told me that he can identify who orchestrated and executed the bombing. Dr Fuisz has said that he can confirm absolutely that noLibyannationalwas involved in planning or executing the bombing of PanAm 103, eitherinanytechnicalor advisory capacity whatsoever."

Fuisz's statements to Lindauer support the claims of the two Libyan accused who are to incriminate a number of terrorist organisations, including the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command, which had strong links to Syria and Iran.

Lindauer said Fuisz told her he could provide information on Middle Eastern terrorists, and referred to Lockerbie as an “example of an unsolved bombing case that he said he has the immediate capability to resolve”.

Lindauer says Fuisz told her CIA staff had destroyed reports he sent them on Lockerbie. Lindauer also refers in her affidavit to speculation that the USA shifted any connection to Lockerbie away from Syria to Libya in return for its support during the Gulf war.

She added that Fuisz told her: “If the [US] government would let me, I could identify the men behind this attack today. I could do the right thing … I could go into any crowded restaurant and pick out these men … I can tell you their home addresses … You won’t find [them] anywhere in Libya. You will only find [them] in Damascus. I was investigating on the ground and I know.”


What? There is no liberal media?

Channel 28 will point its cameras at federal newsmakers for 24 hours of raw, uninterrupted executive branch action, from the White House to the Pentagon, from the Justice Department to the Securities and Exchange Commission. "We're bringing down the walls of government," says Susan Lindauer, the station's executive producer for political affairs, who is in charge of getting agencies on the program schedule. "Government executives will be able to watch the president, watch other agencies, and watch themselves."
46 posted on 03/11/2004 8:10:01 AM PST by adam_az (Call your state Republican party office and VOLUNTEER FOR A CAMPAIGN!!!)
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To: adam_az
Well, Fuzz went to the right person to talk to, didn't he?
58 posted on 03/11/2004 8:15:56 AM PST by Howlin (Charter Member of the Incredible Interlocking Institutional Power!!!!)
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