Apr 8, 2006

Mission Accomplished..!


With a little help from Starbuck's and Red Bull I am on track to finish up today's work by 3 AM...


Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And which work or case are you referring to?: CIA Leak, Ryan, Black, or Child Porn case. My nickel is on the CIA Leak case (I hope I'm right)? Drink plenty of Starbucks and cross your I's and dot your T's on every one of those indictments for those knuckleheads!

p.s. Hope you will question reporter NY. Times reporter, David Brooks, since he admitted last night on PBS his ties in the CIA Leak case! He needs to be grilled!

7:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And you don't need to drink Red Bull and Starbucks. You certainly will be wired!!! I noticed that you added Red Bull. Jackie will certainly have her 16 inch finger pointed at your chest commenting on how much sugar is going into your system!

8:02 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Lawyer: Bush Left Leak Details to Cheney
By JENNIFER LOVEN, Associated Press Writer
2 hours ago

WASHINGTON - President Bush declassified sensitive intelligence in 2003 and authorized its public disclosure to rebut Iraq war critics, but he did not specifically direct that Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, be the one to disseminate the information, an attorney knowledgeable about the case said Saturday.

Bush merely instructed Cheney to "get it out" and left the details to him, said the lawyer, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the case for the White House. The vice president chose Libby and communicated the president's wishes to his then-top aide, the lawyer said.

It is not known when the conversation between Bush and Cheney took place. The White House has declined to provide the date when the president used his authority to declassify the portions of the October 2002 National Intelligence Estimate, a classified document that detailed the intelligence community's conclusions about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

The new information about Bush and Cheney's roles came as the president's aides have scrambled to defuse the political fallout from a court filing Wednesday by the prosecutors in the complex, ongoing investigation into whether the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame was disclosed to discredit her husband, former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, an Iraq war critic.

Wilson had accused the administration of twisting prewar intelligence to exaggerate the weapons threat in Iraq.

Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald said in the filing that Libby testified before a grand jury that he was authorized by Bush, through Cheney, to leak information from the intelligence estimate.

Libby faces trial, likely in January, on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice for allegedly lying to the grand jury and investigators about what he told reporters about Plame.

Fitzgerald did not say in the filing that Cheney authorized Libby to leak Plame's identity, and Bush is not accused of doing anything illegal.

Fitzgerald's aim with the filing was to counter Libby's defense that he innocently forgot about conversations he may have had with reporters about Plame by showing that the White House's concern about the war criticism was so consuming it would be difficult to forget.

But by suggesting that the leak of Plame's name may have been set in motion by the president, however indirectly, the documents reverberated much more broadly. Democrats unleashed a storm of criticism against Bush, saying he appeared to have misused the declassification process for political gain.

On Friday, the White House argued there is an important different between disclosing sensitive information to further a public debate and leaking classified information that compromises national security. But the attorney said Saturday the president's instructions were not as specific as it might seem from both Fitzgerald's description of Libby's testimony and news accounts of it.

Because Bush declassified the intelligence document, the White House does not view Libby's conversations about it as a leak. But that determination is difficult to make without knowing precisely when Bush decided to declassify the information.

Libby passed the information about the document to New York Times reporter Judith Miller on July 8, 2003. It was 10 days later, on July 18, when the same portions of the document that Libby discussed with Miller were released publicly.

8:10 PM  
Anonymous e said...

he could only instruct VP...
because it would have been illegal
for him to instruct Libby and make it a crime

8:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Thanks for the article. Again, the blame game begins. Now, Bush is pointed to Cheney. All of them, dumb as doorknobs! It is getting pretty nauseating with the cat and mouse game of the Gerbil Administration. A version of Albert and Costello show! Fitzgerald, please get these indictments ready for those idiots!

p.s. that article is good useful information as I am writing an op in the CIA Leak case this weekend for blogger, Waterflake.

8:28 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

So it was the Niger Embassy that forged the documents.

8:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now we are talking. I like a President with some balls: Nuke them and keep the troops on R&R.

The Bush administration is planning to use nuclear weapons against Iran, to prevent it acquiring its own atomic warheads, claims an investigative writer with high-level Pentagon and intelligence contacts.

President George W Bush is said to be so alarmed by the threat of Iran's hard-line leader, Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, that privately he refers to him as "the new Hitler", says Seymour Hersh, who broke the story of the Abu Ghraib Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal.

8:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Yes, the Gerbil is using the CYA! Let me address the little soldier's job positions. Remember, Cheney had two positions at the WH and two different bosses: The Gerbil and Cheney. The real question is can Bush instruct Libby or does Bush go to Cheney? The answer is Bush could have directly gone to Libby. This is just smoke screen that the Gerbil is creating to try to justify this new information by Libby. The bottom line is that the information in which the reporters were given were classified. But, Bush declassified it on the day in which Novak published the article. The Gerbil is still in trouble. The more that he CYA the more that a censor for the Gerbil will be demanded!


8:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coffee may help. Also, there must be many people in this nation wishing you success and sending their positive energies to give you the strength needed for victory.

8:49 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz has so many cases, no wonder he has to work so many long hours! I do hope this is the CIA Leak case that he is referring to wrapping up! That would be great news...hand out the rest of those indictments Fitz!!

8:59 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Where does Gannon/Guckert tie into all this? When he was lobbing his softball questions and was found out, I remembered Ms. Plame's/CIA leak kept coming up with his name.

9:00 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Haven't we talked about to much suger before?
The picture is to dark on the screen so I can't see the little angel.

yes the mission is almost accomplished but the fallout from this case and the corruption will continue. Inter fighting will start big time a fight for power.

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Stjephen Pitt said...

Thank you.

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meantime, the 'wives club' adds up on capitol hill...

Noel Hillman certainly transferred that case off well, it seems to be going right into Dolittle nothing and Hoyer's backyard.

Hopefully everybody in the Abramoff scam gets convicted, they all need the "Just say no to graft" signs!

Jackie will make sure you get your odouva fruit drink and sobe. :-)

11:52 PM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

It would be hard to be a dashing young prosecutor who works for Truth, Justice and the American Way and have to worry about being photographed - WHENEVER. What if there was a day that you just didn't feel like looking hot? I couldn't stand the stress of never knowing when I'm going to have my picture taken.

And yet, PJ, you always look wonderful.

6:20 AM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...


To a brighter tomorrow. Every one.

6:20 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

I sense it will be a full week tomorrow all day.

Good jazz music also helps keep the wheels going-

7:43 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Jimi Hendrix's Manic Depression cut would be an acceptable wake-up call.

11:13 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

I gotta side with Jackie, too much sugar and caffeine has a downside eventually. Better a few minutes "catnap" and proper diet.

Oh sorry, that sounds boring, even to me.

I guess we mean, take care of yourself, we want you around for a very long time.

1:37 PM  
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