May 18, 2006

When Katie Couric, Bob Woodward...

Judy Miller or any other hard charging journalists or accurate news organizations like Fox News and the New York Times report it, then you can believe it! ;)
He certainly would be one large target!

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Anonymous t said...

Crosshairs? Good one, these propagandists are a laugh a minute.

That is why I don't find Katie Coric to be even close to being capable of journalism. She is such a shill-stick with "entertainment news" please...

12:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Armitage should be skaking his boots.. Armitage is one of 23 names linked to this leak case.. And there are others that I am sure will be investigated.. From in one of Jason's article, he mentioned 6 peole who knew Ms. Wilson's identity: Cheney, Rove, Undersecretary Marc Grossman, ex-WH press secretary Ari Fleischer,Catherine Martin, assistant to Cheney, and a government official who hadn't been indentifed yet. Also, add on the list to the investigation the following people who were in that meeting with Cheney to discredit Mr. Wilson on March 2003: Hadley/Badly and John Hannah... These players were directly or indirectly involved in this case.. And probably one of more of these people will squeal to avoid jail time if another shoe drops meaning another top official indicted in this case.. Watch for many of these people calling Fitz when Dead Eye Dick is indicted.. It will be every man and woman for himself or herself!!!

12:13 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Linked yes-surely he isn't in as much trouble as the others

12:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, you are right.. Armitage was not the major key player in discrediting Wilson. But, I bet he is scared of Fitz. There are people who directly involved and indirectly involved. But, all of them are connected... But, Fitz knows what key players who played the major role in:

a. punish and dicredit Joe Wilson
b. leaked Valerie Plame's CIA covert identity to reporters

But, nevertheless, many of the people on Fitz's list will squeal.. They just don't want their names smeared in this scandal...

12:25 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Look Fitz journalist are all trying to get that big story and inside news that keeps them in their top salaries. Bob aka junkyard cry baby dog is out no longer an insider but an outsider. Katie Couric doesn't give news she gives her opinion. She will have her 5 mins. fame and CBS will stop paying as they will have few viewers. She is to in your face about her support for Bush even when Bush is guilty she still spins/blames/lies. Armitage will be like Duke when the hammer comes down on him big guys fall too.

12:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

A very heated exchange between Feingold and Specter and an applause to Feingold for walking out on Specter:

Sen. Feingold walks out as Marriage Amendment Hearing moved behind closed doors

The Senate Judiciary Committee moved its meeting today -- including the "mark-up" of a US Constitutional Amendment to restrict marriage equality -- from a public room in a Senate office building to the restricted access President's Room, off the floor of the Senate chamber, inside the US Capitol.

Herei s the heated exchange between Feingold and Specter:

"I don't need to be lectured by you. You are no more a protector of the Constitution than am I," Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., shouted after Sen. Russ Feingold declared his opposition to the amendment, his affinity for the Constitution and his intention to leave the meeting.
"If you want to leave, good riddance," Specter finished.

"I've enjoyed your lecture, too, Mr. Chairman," replied Feingold, D-Wis., who is considering a run for president in 2008. "See ya."


12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't stand Katie Couric. She is nothing but a lightweight. Back when she was a local newsreporter in DC, was just as annoying.

12:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And here is folloeup to Feingold's remarks:

From Thinkprogress:

UPDATE: Feingold statement: “Today’s markup of the constitutional amendment concerning marriage, in a small room off the Senate floor with only a handful of people other than Senators and their staffs present, was an affront to the Constitution. I objected to its consideration in such an inappropriate setting and refused to help make a quorum.”

12:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is all this news lately about this ChoicePoint? Is this connected to the black voters in Florida that didn't get to vote in either the 2000 or '04 elections?

Does our gov't use this to spy on us? And if so, don't the 'good' people see how 'some' people in our gov't might greatly abuse this power? What is that Kevin Bacon game?

1:01 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz I read this morning that Miller Time Judy knew about the 9/11 attack two months before it happen yes she heard it from someone in the White House. Now that bring into question why didn't our govenment take action. I remember at the time back east there were alot of questions with no answers. Also why did White House officials change their travel from that date. I know the 9/11 victims are sick of the lies and cover up. Judy is now singing on her shag partners.

1:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armitage was knighted as what, Sir Buffet Line?

1:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And this is interesting article from Thinkprogress:

Hastert: ‘If You Earn $40,000 a Year and Have a Family of Two Children, You Don’t Pay Any Taxes’
During a late session last night, Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) made a stunning claim on the House floor:
Well, folks, if you earn $40,000 a year and have a family of two children, you don’t pay any taxes. So you probably, if you don’t pay any taxes, you are not going to get a very big tax cut.
While someone with a $40,000 salary and a family of four paid little or no federal income taxes last year, Hastert ignores various other taxes paid by all Americans — payroll taxes, gas taxes, sales taxes, etc.
Consider payroll taxes, which go to paying for Social Security and Medicare. Assuming their entire $40,000 in salary came from wages, this family paid $3,060 (7.65 percent of $40,000) in federal payroll taxes last year. (Note: The employer also contributes this amount, but most economists “believe that the portion of the payroll tax paid by the employer is borne by the worker.”)
Hastert, who earns a hefty $212,010 a year salary, doesn’t seem to understand that families across America are facing higher health care costs, mortgage payments, and gas prices. And yes, they also have to pay their taxes."

I have to agree with the journalist. Hastert doesn't understand the cost of living cannot keep up the American people's lifestyles. That is why the credit card which came about 1951 has become the lifestyle of many people today. Hastert never took in consideration other taxes in which people pay for.. Hastert’s statement is not financially intelligent!!

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"""Fitz I read this morning that Miller Time Judy knew about the 9/11 attack two months before it happen yes she heard it from someone in the White House"""

Jackie-- i believe she said they were alerted that something might happen and the people who mentioned it thought the timeframe was the July 4th holiday period.--

They were trying to get some one to report it because their concerns were not being addresed by the WH--And were hoping to get it in front of the country---IF ONLY--AND THAT IS ALSO WHAT Mss Miller states.

1:31 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Yes the ChoicePoint fraud and all the ensuing scandal is real. They've used it to take control of our elections and also rig all voting.

As for Bob Woodward maybe nobody has seen this yet?

Israel overflowing with organized crime, Prime Minister says

Sounds like they could do with their own special prosecutor over there, aka Mr. Clean!

Right you are Biloxi. :-D

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

Y'all will probably make fun of me, but I don't believe it until I read it in the MSM. I read the other sites and enjoy them, but I take them with a grain of salt. Call me old school ...

1:34 PM  
Anonymous Luckydude said...

This coruption in government is sickening! I can't believe that this is America!

1:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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1:41 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Up in michigan

You should probably reverse that trend and start taking the MSM with a grain of salt.


I wonder where that story got sent to?

Or about these facts....

You mean to say there is an Espionage Court case going on now ?

Of course you never see such things in the MSM, not even print news, since they are pathalogical liars and complicit in treason...

1:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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1:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hey, Fitz!

What's the story of posting Paul "the spit man" Wolfowitz next to Armitage and Rummy photo??? Are you trying to ruin my appetite here??? You know I get nightmares thinking about the comb Wolfie used in his hair!!!

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everytime I see that footage with Wolfowitz spitting on his comb I want to throw up.

1:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I hear you Anon. Everytime that I see Wolfie anywhere on the news is just a reminder of the "spit man" and a definite need to learn personal hygiene. If Wolfie can do that, can you imagine if we learned that the Gerbil and company's personal hygiene is worst than Wolfie's?? Ack!!!

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I remember hearing that he spit in his comb at a funeral for a soldier - if that is the case I forgive his sloppy action, otherwise, use brillcreme, dude.

2:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I read this on the Wayne Madsen Report as well as You can reach your own conclusion. But this is what Wayne Madsen Report says: "Several sources have told WMR that an announcement concerning the indictment of Rove will be made on Friday, May 19 generally following the same scenario from October 28, 2005 -- the posting of the indictment on the Special Prosecutor's web site followed by a press conference at Main Justice." said that they confirmed with WMR.. Makes you wonder.. Folks, keep your eye on the Special Counsel website... And please don't ask me... My name is Joe and I don't know....

2:15 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Anon: your right and thanks but wasn't the Gerbil on vacation during that period if I remember correctly. Also maybe if the public was notified people wouldn't have gone to work or more effort would have been made to get more info. So many if's yet I remember Bill Clinton during his impeachment hearing give breaking news about a possible attack. Oh yes I remember that because he broke into General Hospital and I was made enough to write Clinton and tell him to give future announcemnts at 4pm easten time. I just have a sick feeling that knowing this info played into the hand of this Administrations plan to attack Iraq. These guys were looking for an excuse to invade a weak country like Iraq for oil. I pray I'm wrong but it's starting to look like I was right.

2:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know if it's me but Armitage reminds me of the Penguin in the Batman Movie.
The part that Danny DeVito played.

2:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the announcement for Rove's indictment going to be today or what ? I know legal takes time. I enforce legal actions everyday of the week, however, this seems to go on and on.

2:24 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Press conferences always have to go by the book...

In other words, Fitzgerald won't announce until its time.

Criminal charges are never brought if there is a way for the criminal to wiggle free, he closes up every loophole, and make it count.

So time is one thing it will take.

2:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, Roger!

That is true. Fitz will take time. I was demostrating that that WMR and think that they know when Fitz will make the annoucement when these are the same two websites that shed some doubts into Leopold's story... I have read on both websites. People have to read between lines regarding rumors.. Yes, the indictment will announce it is time for Fitz and not for Rove.... And don't believe that Rove will "wiggle" out this one since the indictment is sealed. Luskin better worry about Luskin because he will facing charges....

3:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

In other related news. I read this on on The Note:

1. Speaking of Rove. He certainly not winning points over the immigration policy:

"Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) tells the Los Angeles Times that Karl Rove "left with his hat in his hand" yesterday after trying to bring House Republicans on board with the President's immigration proposal." You can read more in

More on Eliot Spitzer:

"A new poll of New York state voters has 54 percent, including 46 percent of Republicans, saying Eliot Spitzer (D-NY) is the person to fix the state's "broken" government, reports the New York Post.
The poll also showed Spitzer trouncing any possible opponent in the governor's race, Notes the New York Daily News."

3:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Fitz investigates this leak and finds other crimes besides the leak, since all dots seem to connect....can he bring charges on the alleged new crimes discovered, if any?

4:14 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...


4:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"""Anon: your right and thanks but wasn't the Gerbil on vacation during that period if I remember correctly. Also maybe if the public was notified people wouldn't have gone to work or more effort would have been made to get more info"""

Jackie i believe this was as far back as April--may--june etc -when Mr Clark et al were trying to get thru to the new administrations--ie. the honeymooners--but they just ignored the warnings--they were getting used to their new diggs--biggest thing was CLINTON PEOPLE STRIPPING COMPUTERS ETX--OR THEY WERE BUSY PLOTTING HOW TOP CONQUER THE WORLD----

and MR FITZ pug---u r a man of few words-and to the point---YES? :)....can he bring charges on the alleged new crimes discovered, if any?--YES- THEN please proceed .

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patience people . Good things come to those who wait.

5:31 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

This we know, patience. The local psychiatric clinic is now treating
legions of crazy, faithful followers of the light!

Hope we can deduct it on our income
tax next year. heh, heh, heh!

5:37 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Criminals all try to hide behind a facade, one that will fall apart....

You know Biloxi that further charges will be brought...think about how this works.

6:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, Roger!!! That is correct!!

6:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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4:41 PM  

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