Dec 23, 2006

Antsy Pants...

Sorry, my dance card is full.

Dow Jones / AP Still Jumping to Conclusions in Libby Case

Two news organizations are asking a federal judge to unseal documents in the CIA leak case, arguing that Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald never needed the testimony of reporters because he knew the source of the leak all along.

The Associated Press and Dow Jones, in court papers filed this week, asked for the release of the sworn statements Fitzgerald gave to justify subpoenas for New York Times reporter Judith Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper.

Fitzgerald wanted the reporters’ help in his investigation of the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame’s identity to syndicated columnist Robert Novak. <
more> WARNING: Graphic photo


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pressed to explain, Mrs. Cheney added, "I think that we're seeing an instance of a man who spent a great deal of his life as a dedicated public servant —he's done an awful lot of good — in a situation that does not reflect well on our judicial system."

Is this witch talking about you? Someone from Congress better be looking into both Cheneys' actions. This family is more despised than the Bushes in America, if possible. Well, you better do a whole lotta more good for the American people and nail those asses! (please)
Gawd, I about brought up breakfast on that photo, yuck!

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

Well, I would like to comment, but at the moment I suffer braindrain due to having to chase crooks all mornin in Corrupticut and of course, The Corrupticrooks Abroad:

Fitz, when yer done, remember yer big sister fightin crime alone ovuh he-yuh nexta West-uh-lee Wode I-ling...

(Sorry about the bad-boy-birthday comment about the O'Fitz O'Gamzobirthday Standard.)

12:24 PM  
Anonymous curious said...

Do you have a picture of Miller in your office that you like to throw darts at when you're bored?

12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for the Graphic Warning! LOL That is one ugly woman!! But.. I'm sure she has a heart of gold...


P.S. Save the last dance for me! :)

12:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A belated happy birthday to Mr Fitzgerald!

On Thursday, as the day wore on, I found I could only access blogspot site. Yesterday, I couldn't get my computer to start at all.

P.S. Can someone please tell me where the criminal trial of Libby will take place? In WDC or Chicago?

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meacher set to challenge Brown from left

Hélène Mulholland
Wednesday December 20, 2006
Guardian Unlimited

Michael Meacher MP. Photograph: the Guardian.

Michael Meacher is "well on the way" to announcing his decision to stand in the forthcoming Labour leadership race, according to one of his key supporters.,,1976094,00.html

This war on terrorism is bogus

The 9/11 attacks gave the US an ideal pretext to use force to secure its global domination

Michael Meacher
Saturday September 6, 2003
The Guardian

Massive attention has now been given - and rightly so - to the reasons why Britain went to war against Iraq. But far too little attention has focused on why the US went to war, and that throws light on British motives too. The conventional explanation is that after the Twin Towers were hit, retaliation against al-Qaida bases in Afghanistan was a natural first step in launching a global war against terrorism. Then, because Saddam Hussein was alleged by the US and UK governments to retain weapons of mass destruction, the war could be extended to Iraq as well. However this theory does not fit all the facts. The truth may be a great deal murkier.,12956,1036687,00.html

9/11 Truther Next British Prime Minister?
Meacher set to announce he's running in Labour leadership race; could anti-war rebel really stand a chance?

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Thursday, December 21, 2006

Michael Meacher MP, former environment minister and 9/11 truther who attracted press attention for publicly questioning the official story behind the terrorist attack in a September 2003 article, could be in contention for the Labour Party leadership race and thus replace Tony Blair as the next British Prime Minister.

"Michael Meacher is "well on the way" to announcing his decision to stand in the forthcoming Labour leadership race, according to one of his key supporters," reports the London Guardian.

With Tony Blair set to stand down before September 2007, the party leader will be the de facto Prime Minister, at least until the next general election in 2009, where many expect David Cameron, a favorite of the Globalists, to reclaim 10 Downing Street for the Tories.

Meacher is set to rally the anti-war left sentiment of the Labour Party in an attempt to defeat current Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, who up until now has been widely tipped as a shoe in for Prime Minister.

Under the headline, This War On Terrorism Is Bogus, Meacher's 2003 Guardian piece sent shock waves through the political spectrum as he was one of the first respected former government cabinet members worldwide to openly attack the official fable of 9/11 and the manufactured reasons for going to war in Iraq.

He hasn''t gpt a cat's chance in hell of winning, but his candidacy mght focus people's attention on 9/11.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

Anthony, Washington, D.C.

Dow Jones and AP seem to be working hand-in-glove with the Libby side. There will be a zillion attempts to make it look as if Libby is being tried for the leak when he has been accused of perjury and obstruction. Fitzgerald better have had a lot of practice yesterday forming his mouth into the letter O because he will be saying objection, objection, objection . . . The defense planning to call Joseph Wilson is another example of the bait-and-switch they are going to try to pull.

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

where the pic of judy, judy, judy at her booking???

2:43 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

LOL at the Graphic Warning!

Here's another Graphic Pic for you, Counselor...

3:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Blah, blah, blah about the media's spin on the leak case..I saw on PBS yesterday a show that talked about leak case particularly the role of Cheney, Libby, and others about the false WMD and the Gerbil 16 words, and the Iraq propaganda. The media should take serious lessons from, Raw Story, and so on... Yes, I read about this article yesterday. My take is on the media trying to unseal documents on leak case:

a) The media's testimony is needed because Libby is claiming that he cannot remember or recall what he told reporters about Plame because he was too precccupied with National Security issues and that he didn't intentionally lie to the grand jury and the FBI investigators.

b) Libby is charged with perjury and not being the leaker.

c) Richard Armitage cooperated with Fitz from the beginning of the case and came forward. He admitted that he may have given confidential information by mistake. Armitage is first of the leakers to come forward. He is not the leaker who told Plame's CIA covert name first. We still don't known who was first to leak Plame's name.

The media need to stop playing cops and robbers to avoid testifying.

The bottom line is little Irve's defense is on life support. Can't be revived and even Dr. Quack Frist can't help him.

6:56 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Antsy pants heehee uh-huh...well maybe Ms Miller would have been more "cooperative" if YOU had been more "cooperative" (wink wink)

Dance card is full, hehe I use the same line too, Fitz;-)

Poor desperado Judith, I mean-eww- Scooter? All for a scoop?

10:31 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Well, despite all the media's smoke and mirrors, I believe you, Fitz. I stand behind you on this. I have seen how the media acts. Over time, actions speak louder than words.

11:42 PM  

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