Friday, August 13, 2004

Hang Down Your Kneepads, Judy 

This snuck in on little cat feet deep in the dark dark night, and never did make it to the front page of the website today. You don't suppose they are at all ashamed of Miss Judy, do you?

(via New Whore Times)
A reporter for The New York Times, Judith Miller, was subpoenaed yesterday by a Washington grand jury investigating the disclosure of the identity of a C.I.A. undercover officer to the syndicated columnist Robert Novak and other journalists.

The subpoena to Ms. Miller was only the most recent of a series issued to journalists in a politically sensitive inquiry that has on several occasions led investigators to question White House officials.
Arthur Sulzberger Jr., the publisher of The Times, said the paper would move to quash the subpoena to Ms. Miller, issued at the behest of Patrick J. Fitzgerald, the special prosecutor heading the investigation.

The Times has not published any articles saying it received information about Ms. Plame's identity.
Interesting phrasing, wouldn't you say?

thanks to somebody on an Atrios' comment thread for spotting this, which mysteriously never made it to the NYT front page all day.

corrente SBL - New Location
~ Since April 2010 ~

~ Since 2003 ~

The Washington Chestnut
~ current ~

Subscribe to
Posts [Atom]


copyright 2003-2010

    This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?