Jan 30, 2007

It's A Good Thing...

"What is so interesting about [former New York Times reporter] Judy Miller, is that the curtain is going to essentially be lifted on the relationship of one of the key reporters that reported the intelligence that Iraq was seeking uranium and about her relationship with the Bush administration...."

"It's going to pull back the curtain on whether there was anything unseemly in that relationship, whether Judy Miller followed journalistic principles. It's also going to pull back the curtain on how the Bush administration was able to use the media , in this case Judy Miller, to put stories on the front page of the New York Times, underscoring the idea that Saddam Hussein was interested in nuclear weapons, how that frightened the American people, how that helped the Bush administration make the case for war."

"In particular, in this trial, Judy Miller is adding to the prosecution argument that after a criminal investigation began into the leak of a CIA operative, that [former Cheney chief of staff] Scooter Libby when he testified said he learned about it from reporters. Judy Miller's testimony is going to, in fact, show that he had that information before the crucial conversations where he said he learned it and that he was taking that information and giving it to reporters like Judy Miller." -MSNBC

8 Comments:

Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Welcome back, indeed. ;)

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well Well Well, Look who's back...

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice caption! LOL

"It" Miller.

12:28 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

To Fitz and all the other male attonrys for the DOJ don't go near that filty whore they don't have shots for what she's got. Now the ladies on the team know the deal and will break the whore down. Look Judy is a pro at her job of nailing men, only another woman can handle a whore. Now for the DOJ ladies all I can say is " you go girls".

12:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Judy may be a slut to get info and a traitor to our country, but Libby let her sit in jail for all those months protecting his "innocent" ass.

Maybe Judy will decide to find some self-respect and tell the truth for a change. Scooter was the better manipulator, learn from it Judy.

"When you manipulate people, you never know when they will turn on you." H, csi.

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't Judy's name pretty much mud in the journalism world?


She really doesn't have any credibility left, does she?

1:11 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Good afternoon justice bloggers.

Wow - is it Miller time already?
I predict Judy will throw Scooter under the bus. She will do whatever the big Dick wants.
Now that he's cut the cord - I'm sure she will too.

What's with all the seductive pictures ladies? Boy I really have been missing alot. ( ;

You are doing a fine job Mr. Fitzgerald. Keep up the good work! And thanks for a wonderful show. The more they talk the more they expose and incriminate themselves. How sweet it is. And I agree with Jackie about the illustration. They did not do you justice.

1:38 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I was surprised by Addington's testimony...is he trying to throw Scooter-Pattotie under the bus?

And is Wells helping him? I don't believe that a thing Addington said was helpful to Scooter, not even under Well's cross-exam!

It's Miller Time!!! Pop that bottle, Fitzie!

2:18 PM  

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