quasi in rem

Thursday, March 11, 2004

Andrew Card, Lindauer's Second Cousin, turned her in

"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 indictment did not identify the official, but federal sources told NBC's Pete Williams that the official was Card, Lindauer�s second cousin. The sources said it was Card who alerted authorities to his relative's activities. "

News sources also indicate that she attempted to deliver a letter to Card's residence while he was not there. When Card found out about the letter he contacted authorities.


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