May 10, 2006

big Big BIG CASE...

Libby and Fitzgerald: Big Case vs. Little Case
What's really going on in the Plamegate prosecution.

"He has learned about the Big Case as much as one man with subpoena power, no supervision, unlimited funds, and no hesitation to threaten reporters with jail can learn. He just doesn't want to talk about it." ;P

14 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Waht's really going on with the Plamegate investigation: A small defense for a small man, the little soldier! Tsk, Tsk, Tsk. Small minds for small people. And thank you tiny Libby for that. York's "Blah, Blah, Blah" story is trying to find straw. York can't seem to read you and your strategy with you poker face look to the reporters. York is in the backpocket of the Gerbil Administration and to the little soldier's defence. This is a blast from that past from York:

National Review’s Byron York: “Certainly Fitzgerald's first task, upon receiving his assignment, was to assure himself that there was good reason to believe a crime had taken place. Yet on that key issue, Fitzgerald appears to be trying to muddy the waters rather than clear things up. Which leads to a bigger question: If he was not prepared to say that there was even the possibility that an underlying crime was committed, why did Fitzgerald put the public through all this? His investigation has been long and costly, and it has set a terrible precedent for forcing reporters to testify under oath about their sources. Surely Fitzgerald should be able to say that, at the very least, he began with evidence that an underlying crime had been committed.. . . [But] when the attorneys for the man charged in the case ask for such evidence, Fitzgerald can tell them to get lost.” (Byron York, “The Prosecutor’s Brief – What Does Patrick Fitzgerald Know? When Did He Learn It? And Other Questions,” National Review, March 13, 2006)

Compliments from the little soldier's website. Make York eat his words, Fitz, when you fry Porkrind and the little soldier!

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Lying to the investigators proves they had reason to lie.

Prove the lie, infer the war fraud guilt.

Case closed.

12:17 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Considering who Byron York is and what he represents, it's hardly an "unbiased" article.
He talks specifically about the money spent by Fitz and doesn't seem to object to the money Ken Starr spent to investigate a BJ in the White House?
Obviously they are taking the tack that since Fitz isn't talking, he has nothing. Perhaps they are trying to provoke a response?
Not worth a reply - the title of his book automatically makes his spin irrelevant except to Kool-Aid drinkers who will fall all over it as "proof" of "something".

12:19 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

What's with these reader of tea leaves? Apparently, lying to investigators isn't a crime to them. And for the record, if there wasn't something to hide, why lie?

12:28 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Does anyone know if the GJ is meeting today? NBC the note wasn't helpful.

12:29 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Why do they even allow Byron York to speak? He and Kate O'Beirne are drunk on the GOP Kool-Aid.
Everytime York and O'Beirne are on Hardball they make complete fools of themselves.
(That's what I hear since I no longer can stand to watch Hardball anymore).
Has anyone heard anything about the GJ today?

1:33 PM  
Blogger Christy said...

This is for The Prissy Patriot.

I emailed you but my email has ... ummm.. a poltergeist thing, going on.

So if you did not get it, I said yes, I would be honored for you to use the poem.

Oh, and Hi Mr. Fitzgerald, have you saved the world yet?

Seriously, cause we need you to do that sir, as soon as possible.

1:44 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Okay, PJ, I have stocked up on popcorn so if you can manage this Friday as indictment day, that would be swell.

Keep not talking, that's class. No media spin, just the facts.

1:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I like your patience, Kit. Folks, it will be Fitzmas very soon. Have patience... Just sit back, relax, have popcorn as the soap opera of the "The Sin and the Sinful" unravels. And this soap opera filled with evil doers will come to an end very soon...

2:03 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

It sure is alot larger than anyone realizes, Mr. Fitzgerald...


Its time for the FBI to get in there & shut down this election fraud..


Oh my mistake, it has been a long time in coming....I'm sure my associates will have more soon.
Crimes have been committed on a mass scale that need full scrutiny.

3:01 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

I agree - it's hard to be patient but will be worth the wait.

Byron York is an idiot....they just keep recycling the "same old same old". What's interesting is that at this point in time, fewer people are actually falling for the spin.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Bob T said...

As far as election rigging is concerned I am reminded of something Joe Stalin said. "It is not those who cast their ballots that control the destiny of a country is the ones who count the ballots that do."

3:30 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

If there wasn't anything to hide...this case wouldn't exist. Small case is due to trying to hide the big case.

3:58 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

When you can't get to Fitzgerald you make a story up. Who's on first who's on second. These guys are clueless so they have to print something. I say wait for the GJ and then you'll get your answers.
As for Big Case Little Case I'd say little case is the little soldier Big Case is Fitzgerald get Guilty sentence with CIA's obstruction of justice cases.

8:47 PM  

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