On this week's episode of the Iron Butterfly Podcast, we had the opportunity to talk with Alice Fisher. Alice is an NSI Advisory Board member and lawyer who had been working at the Department of Justice (DOJ) for six weeks when the tragedies of 9/11/2001 took place. She spent her early years at DOJ prosecuting terrorism cases, and later helped stand up the National Security Division. She was the second woman to serve as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice, and also served as Deputy Special Counsel to a US Senate Special Committee. She currently practices law at a private firm where she continues to work criminal cases. Tune in to hear Alice's recollection of her experience on 9/11 as she was swept into a black SUV and raced past the smoking Pentagon, and how she handled the intensely chaotic period that followed.
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