Former Democratic aide denies spying for Saddam

by on March 15th, 2004

(More) Prosecutors allege Lindauer accepted $10,000 from the Iraqi government and plotted to aid resistance groups loyal to Saddam Hussein.

Lindauer said she persuaded Iraqi authorities before the United States invaded Iraq to let the FBI interview an official in Baghdad about an alleged meeting between a Sept. 11, 2001, hijacker and an Iraqi agent in Prague.


Lindauer was also accused of delivering a letter ”to the home of a United States government official” on Jan. 8, 2003, in which she described her access to members of dictator Saddam Hussein’s regime ”in an unsuccessful attempt to influence United States policy.”

Etalkinghead Staff