Mar 20, 2006

From The Horse's Mouth...

30 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

All I say is that I cannot wait for Dick Wolf, the creator of Law and Order, to come out with an episode (rip from the headlines) of this pathetic and desperate defence by the little soldier. Fitz is brilliant to create a timeline in this case. Libby just painted himself in the corner with no way out.

2:42 PM  
Anonymous B. Bradlee said...

OK Fitz, good job! Now on to Rove and Cheney, yes?

2:42 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz get back to work SPB will take care of us for a while. SPS gave us the info of your position we're fine for a while. Got to go someone calling my name.

2:47 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Just as I said in my previous post, Fitzgerald is going to tear team Libby apart.
Libby was obviously obsessed with Plame and wanted to do real damage with the way he was sneaking around to reporters.
Libby's dead meat.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And the only reason that Libby was so "consumed" with Plame is because his boss, Cheney, was obssessed with discrediting Joe Wilson. Cheney is the emotional person out of the group. In that timeline on with Fitz is focused on, Libby, Rove, and Cheney were focused on revenge on Mr. Wilson. I wonder when was the date of that secret meeting between Hadley, Rove, Libby, and Cheney occured (the discussion of Joe Wilson). This can shed light to when that meeting was and when was the plan of action is discredit Wilson,

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Scooter said...

Are you implying that I am a weenie?

3:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

What is this clown, Scooter, doing on this blog???

Anyway, I think I know when that meeting with Cheney, Rove, Hadley, and Libby to discedit Wilson took place. It was in March of 2003. The day after Wilson slammed the Bush Administration about the WMD. But, if it was March 2003, then they have at least 3 months (between March and July) to plan this revenge. I wonder what Libby's job duties were between March and July 2003. And why in July 2003 of the leak to reporter that all of the sudden Libby has memory loss? Again, using the Gilligan defence.

3:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I'm think that your posting of the picture of the hotdog is describing Libby's case?: that the weenie is being cooked and forked!

3:48 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

;)

3:50 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

SPB and all:

Did you see the Law & Order Criminal Intent on Sunday with the Abramoff story line?

3:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz,

I guess you agree with me on that comment!

Jodi,

I did see the Law and Order last night of the Abramoff storyline. I taped it. Very informative and given a lot of information around being a lobbyist and the Indian gaming scam. I laughed at the character, Congressman Bellingham (aka Tom DeLay). The character acted like the real DeLay!

3:55 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Patience, patience, patience....I keep telling myself..like a mantra. These
people are SO EVIL that I have trouble
sleeping. GO FITZ et al.

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We would never intend to put in actual damage" that took place by leaking Plame Wilson's CIA employment.

Hi All, Call me silly, but this makes no sense to me. I thought Fitz said in the original indictment there was damage to national security. From what I have read, there was speculation of SERIOUS damage CIA programs and informants-which makes sense to me...

So why on earth isn't he being charged with more? Where is the leak damage assessment? Sorry, this makes me jump up and down!

4:13 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon...do you think he could be waiting to charge more important people with actually outing Ms. Plame?
This prosecutor takes small steps to build his domino game. My bet is that his bag of tricks is still full of goodies. Drip, drip, drip!

4:43 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. Not moving. said...

Anon.
Fitz is smarter than a fox. Seems to look like one too.
Any who-
Why buy the milk if the cow is free? The Oval et al have consumed themselves 6 ways from Sunday attempting to demonstrate Ms Plame-Wilson and Mr Wilson were ninnies.
If only they spent that much time working for the people, we'd have a much better financial outlook, less taxes, I digress.

Fitz doesn't need to show damage to National Security - not with Libby. He got himself right in the short hairs with Fitz and team.

As for Cheney Rove and the rest of the WHIGs, I foresee treason, a little espionage topped with an impeachment.

All good.

4:45 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

It is beginning appear that any deviation from PNAC plans for regional oil control would have serious consequences. Plame and her front company may have had strong evidence that Iran would remain un-nuked for years.

Got Motive?

4:45 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

Ah... now, that has piqued my interest Mr Pitt.

4:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Interesting news:

1. McCain hires DeLay's accomplice:

From Raw Story:Tom Nelson whom McCain hired had a role in the money laundering scheme for which Tom DeLay is being prosecuted down in Texas.

Good friends make strange bedfellows...

2. Watch out students. Professional athletics are not the only one who are required to tske a drug test:

"WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Student athletes, musicians and others who participate in after school activities could increasingly be subject to random drug testing under a program promoted by the Bush administration."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060319/us_nm/drugs_testing_dc

Next thing you know the Bush Administration will have pre-school kids take a drug test!

Finally on Thinkprogress, Bush gets frustrated in the Q & A in Cleveland. So, he blurts out another Bushism: Bush blurted out, “Anybody work here in this town?”

"Bush inadvertantly hit upon a subject he otherwise ignored - unemployment in Cleveland. Economic conditions in the city have worsened considerably during Bush’s presidency."

And here are the numbers of casualities of Ohioans in the Iraq war: "106: Number of Ohioan casualties in the Iraq war. $11.5 billion: Cost of the Iraq war to Ohio taxpayers."

And there you have it!

5:01 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Yes. That Plame & Wilson were punished for nepotistic behavior is both an excessive and tortured excuse to out a CIA agent who may have been monitoring weapons of mass destruction, including those that make mushroom clouds.

I think our anti-WMD program was known in all of it's dimensions early on by those with access to confidential information. Its about the "S" on the memo, priveledged access, the WHIGs and WHIGETTES, and a plane ride to Africa.

Look at the facts: WMD has been the tool the neocons used to hype the war and instill fear. It was the foundation upon which the invasion of Iraq rested.

Plame-Wilson dared to reveal that foundation didn't exist.

Globally, my thinking goes this way:

http://www.light-to-dark.com/a_retrospective.html

I believe it was Clinton who first warned of the existence of a "shadow government." We now are beginning to understand what he meant.

My painting goes to the ongoing battle between that shadow and our freedoms.

The next commentary goes more abstract:

http://www.light-to-dark.com/neocons_betray_plame_and_country.html

...where the inner forbidden symbol is Plame/Wilson and the outer is well, you know who.

5:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

While we need funds in this country for education, housing, healthcare etc., look where the money is going:

From Thinkprogess:

"$1 billion.
Amount authorized for U.S. military construction in Iraq during the 2006 fiscal year."

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Staff Doe said...

Stephen Pitt, nice web site! Can you draw a picture of Fitz? I bet he would post it here.

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Thank you!

As a matter of fact:

http://www.light-to-dark.com/lets_out_plame.html

This one was drawn as editorial fodder. Gist: No matter how many defense lawyers BushCo produces, the truth remains unchanged.

Sorry Fritz, but you had to look bored.

7:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for your views, guys-it keeps me from hyperventilating;-)

7:09 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

SPB I have a question. If memory serves me right didn't McCain fight for Lobby reform and stop the deals that are being made by fellow officials. I guess McCain was lying too. All along he was really working to keep the corruption going. Now we know the real McCain I hope the people of his state realize how he played them for fools.

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

As this case moves closer to the trier, I'm going to make every effort to give this episode in U.S. history the attention it deserves. Me and tens of thousands of other artists.

This is not business. This is personal.

And, sorry for mangling Mr. Fitzgerald's name earlier.

8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stephen Pitt - I love the picture, it nicely sums things up;-)
Thanks for the reminders GMNUK, I always forget how incredibly smart Fitz is!

9:20 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jackie,

You are right. McCaln was fighting the lobbyist reform, and now he has hired one. Unfortunately, he hired the man under investigation. Very bad move by McCain. McCain is showing his true colors. He is now very desperate. Desperate people do desperate things. For a Maverick (which McCain is called) he is now turning into a spineless jellyfish!

9:35 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Stephen:
You have a nice website, very impressive art work! Also, you brought up some interesting points in this case.

SPB:
McCain is a flake and you are right, he is spineless too. I think the GOP's are just making one stupid mistake after another because you hit the nail on the head; they are DESPERATE and their party is falling apart!

9:45 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Thank you, SQ & anonymous, very much. I tire at the thought of those who were on the edge of surviving their days on the planet only to have their hope ripped from their futures by a machine that cannot feel their pain.

I'm tired of the cavalier ruthlessness, the dishonesty, the manipulation of people who rely on their beliefs just to exist.

I want my country back.

Thank you Fitz, for the hope.

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