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Tuesday, October 11, 2005


IMO - Judy Miller is up there with Novak as an American Traitor. The Plame affair was payback for Wilson revealing her as a lying ratbag warmonger. Pictures follow:

Judy Miller conspired with "Scooter" Libby to add the start of an illegal war because her biased reporting wasn't getting the job done. Worse - the duo - using a Cheney memo [for his eyes only] starting to go after Joe Wilson in retaliation for his New York Times article: What I didn't find in Africa - reprint from the Common Dreams News Center

The other unindicted co-conspirators — Vice President Dick Cheney, right, and senior White House staff members, from left to right: Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove; Counselor to the President Dan Bartlett; Chief of Staff to the Vice President Scooter Libby; Deputy Chief of Staff Harriet Miers; listen to President Bush in the Rose Garden of the White House Friday, July 1, 2005 in Washington. New York Times reporter Judith Miller was released Thursday Sept. 29, 2005 after agreeing to testify in the investigation into the disclosure of the identity of a covert CIA officer, after securing an unconditional release from Libby, to testify about any discussions they had involving Valerie Plame. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) ——— we cite fair use
The faces of Evil surrounded by minions ...

Cheney and “Scooter”
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Patrick Fitzgerald needs a Pointdexter to make it all work - the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois. On December 31, 2003, he made national headlines when he was appointed to continue the investigation into the Plame affair CIA leak. Fitzgerald was named by Deputy Attorney General James B. Comey after then Attorney General John Ashcroft recused himself from the case due to potential conflicts of interest.


  • At 6:25 PM , Blogger ZenPupDog said...

    NYT: DON VAN NATTA Jr., ADAM LIPTAK and CLIFFORD J. LEVY: The Miller Case: A Notebook, a Cause, a Jail Cell and a Deal:

    “In a notebook belonging to Judith Miller, a reporter for The New York Times, amid notations about Iraq and nuclear weapons, appear two small words: "Valerie Flame."

    Ms. Miller should have written Valerie Plame. That name is at the core of a federal grand jury investigation that has reached deep into the White House. At issue is whether Bush administration officials leaked the identity of Ms. Plame, an undercover C.I.A. operative, to reporters as part of an effort to blunt criticism of the president's justification for the war in Iraq.

    Ms. Miller spent 85 days in jail for refusing to testify and reveal her confidential source, then relented. On Sept. 30, she told the grand jury that her source was I. Lewis Libby, the vice president's chief of staff. But she said he did not reveal Ms. Plame's name.

    And when the prosecutor in the case asked her to explain how "Valerie Flame" appeared in the same notebook she used in interviewing Mr. Libby, Ms. Miller said she "didn't think" she heard it from him. "I said I believed the information came from another source, whom I could not recall," she wrote on Friday, recounting her testimony for an article that appears today.

    Whether Ms. Miller's testimony will prove valuable to the prosecution remains unclear, as do its ramifications for press freedom. Yet an examination of Ms. Miller's decision not to testify, and then to do so, offers fresh information about her role in the investigation and how The New York Times turned her case into a cause. ...”


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