Friday, September 30, 2024
By Steven L. Taylor

Via Reuters: Reporter breaks silence in CIA leak case

Miller agreed to break her silence and testify after receiving what she described as a voluntary and personal waiver of confidentiality from her source, identified as Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, Lewis Libby.

This bolster my point made below, especially in the comments. Her stay is jail is linked to this waiver business, for reasons I don’t totally understand. It is why I mentioned “misguided journalistic ethics”–she allegedly stayed in jail because she thought the Libby waiver was coerced. Now, supposedly, she is willing to accept that it was freely given.

As such, I am not certian that anyone can assume they know how this will play out:

With Miller’s testimony, lawyers said, Fitzgerald could move quickly to bring indictments in the case. Or he may conclude that no crime was committed and end his investigation and possibly issue a report on his findings.

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