Carol Platt Liebau: Damaged Goods?

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Damaged Goods?

Deborah Orin writes about how Bob Woodward's revelation could damage Patrick Fitzgerald's case against Lewis Libby, perhaps even fatally.

The Washington Times, in fact, calls for the indictment against Libby to be withdrawn.

1 Comments:

Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Carol, regurgitating a lie passed along by Deborah Orin, initially posited by Scooter Libby's lawyer, Ted Wells (who was probably just doing his job as a zealous advocate)claims that somehow Bob Woodward's revelation absolves Scooter. Sorry, it t'aint so.

Patrick Fitzgerals was careful to state that Scooter was the first known person to leak Valerie Plame's identity. Patrick Fitzgerlad never claimed that Scooter was the first person to leak. Patrick Fitzgerald then goes on to paint a damning case against Scooter and his boss, Dick Cheney, the person who told Scooter of Valerie Plame's identity.

Close but no cigar.

7:12 PM  

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