Jan 29, 2007

Judy Miller In...

Femme Fatale Attraction?
"Beware of Aspens, My Lovely"

Trapped by a man beyond control!

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17 Comments:

Anonymous bump said...

Anonymous said...
FITZ!!!! will judy sing like a chickadee?? JU DEE DEE DEE> JU DEE DEE DEE??? oh that's right she is a hostile witness. ouch!!!

9:58 PM


Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...
I hope she has gotten over the 85 days in jail thingy. ;)

10:03 PM


Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...
Fitz,

You can forget forgiveness from Judy. Your name is mud in her book. Can't wait for Judy to discuss her pillow talk on the stand.

10:08 PM

10:14 PM  
Anonymous Justine Bateman said...

Hmmmmmmmm

10:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you stole that and didn't do it yourself, Mr. Fitzgerald.

Besides it would seem Little Irv let Judy sit in jail waiting for the leaves to turn or some crap.

Are you going to ask what Irv and Judy were doing at a hotel or not?

11:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was Irve on a stool when he shagged Judy at Motel 8? Oh, please tell Fitz. Our loyal bloggers want the low down on that.

11:14 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

Judy also has a problem with Fitzgerald because she lost on keeping her phone records in the Islamic charities case, and she had to testify for him in the Salah case in Chicago where the defense asked her if she had to make a deal with Fitzgerald in order to avoid being prosecuted herself (presumably in the CIA case). She will be one unhappy cat.

BTW, for any Chicagoans out there, where does the Salah case stand? I thought the closing arguments were weeks ago and that the trial had gone to the jury.

11:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Teak said...
Are you going to ask what Irv and Judy were doing at a hotel or not?
----------------------
Teak:

I think it would go something like this..

Fitz: Tell me, Judy, what were you and Scooter doing at that hotel?

Judy: Please Fitz, don't make me plead the fifth, Mrs. Libby is giving me the 'evil eye'..

Fitz: Judy, I am going to ask you one more time, what were you and Scooter doing together at that hotel?"

Judy: Uh, uh..Scootie darling..I'm sorry but I'm gonna have to tell Fitz or he is gonna put my ass in jail again!

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who works for Cheney?

Stamped "For Official Use Only," the four-page document lists 81 employees, including six who worked for Lynne Cheney. That's well over the 30 or so names Cheney's office is said to submit routinely to directory services.

The directory shows 23 staffers who worked exclusively on national security and homeland security issues. Meanwhile, three positions were dedicated on domestic policy issues; one of those was vacant at the time of the directory's publishing.

11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Fitz picked up Judy's collage in Hannibal Lecter's cell when he visited her in jail.

11:43 PM  
Anonymous t said...

That Judy collage is some scary stuff-I'm trying to relax and go to sleep! :-D

12:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My point exactly, Judy is gonna get the wrong idea about Mr. Fitz posting that collage of Judy shots. Eww.

Doesn't Lynne Cheney sit on "think tanks" planning how to run the world? Also, I was half-asleep at the time so it is possible I dreamed it, but is she on the board of directors for a well read 'digest' of sorts?

12:08 AM  
Anonymous t said...

S-Q,

I'm emailing you in two minutes;-)

Teak, I dunno about the other-but yeah you're correct she is on "think tanks"
when you think about her cronies it makes ya wonder if anybody in that room has an IQ over 30!

12:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

100s of 1000s of Protesters Converge on Capitol
Monday, 29 January 2007, 12:40 pm
Article: Scoop Link

Truthout.org Editor's Note: The article below states that "tens of thousands" attended the March on Washington, Saturday. For many years now, the United States Park Police and other government agencies have refused to estimate crowd sizes. The organizers of the March, United for Peace and Justice, estimated the crowd at 400,000. Our headline of "hundreds of thousands" comes down somewhere in between.-
smg

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/
HL0701/S00369.htm

PEACE. End the Wars.

12:19 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

IT'S MILLER TIME BOYS
Fitz let the ladies question the whore. They can break her down and show the jurors Libby secret like of bed mates. I wonder if Mrs. Libby will be in court to hear her husbands bed mate testify. Now that is really hard to sit through.

1:12 AM  
Anonymous teak said...

Well, at least you did some more work on it so it is more freaky looking now, so the witch doesn't think you want her.

Judy, traitor to her country and slut to many.

1:56 AM  
Anonymous chuckles said...

Anon said "Was Irv on a stool when he shagged Judy at a Motel 8?"

LMAQ!!

10:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

September 15, 2005
Ms. Judith Miller
c/o Mr. Robert S. Bennett, Esp.
Skadden, Arps

Dear Judy,

Your reporting, and you, are missed. Like many Americans, I admire your principled stand. But, like many of your friends and readers, I would welcome you back among the rest of us, doing what you do best — reporting.

A few days ago, your counsel, Mr. Bennett, asked that I repeat for you the waiver of confidentiality that I specifically gave to your counsel over a year ago. His request surprised me, but I am pleased to comply, if it will speed your return.

I was surprised at Mr. Bennett’s request because my counsel had reassured yours well over a year ago that I had voluntarily waived the confidentiality of discussions, if any, we may have had related to the Wilson-Plame matter. As you know, in January 2004 I waived the privilege for purpose of allowing certain reporters identified by the Special Counsel to testify before the Grand Jury about any discussions I may have had related to the Wilson-Plame matter. The Special Counsel identified every reporter with whom I had spoken about anything in July 2003, including you. My counsel then called counsel for each of the reporters, including yours, and confirmed that my waiver was voluntary. Your counsel reassured us that he understood this, that your stand was one of principle or otherwise unrelated to us, and that there was nothing more we could do. In all the months since, we have never heard otherwise from anyone on your legal team, until your new counsel’s request just a few days go.

In case you have any concerns about this letter, I note that the Special Counsel wrote to my attorney last week. In his letter, the Special Counsel offered that he would welcome my reaching out to you to reaffirm my earlier waiver. As you may know by now, my counsel responded to the Special Counsel, repeating all that we had done over a year ago, but offering to do it again. Finally, this letter has been approved by my counsel and will only reach you after your lawyer’s review.

In the spirit of your counsel’s and the Special Counsel’s request, I would like to dispel any remaining concerns you may have that circumstances forced this waiver upon me. As noted above, my lawyer confirmed my waiver to other reporters in just the way he did with your lawyer. Why? Because, as I am sure will not be news to you, the public report of every other reporter’s testimony makes clear that they did not discuss Ms. Plame’s name or identity with me or knew about her before our call. I waived the privilege voluntarily to cooperate with the Grand Jury, but also because the reporters’ testimony served my best interests. I believed a year ago, as now, that testimony by all will benefit all.

I admire your principled fight with the Government. But for my part, this is the rare case when this “source” would be better off if you testified. That’s the one reason why I waived over a year ago, and in large measure, why I write again today. Consider this the Miller Corollary: “It’s okay to testify about a privileged communication, when the person you seek to protect has waived the privilege and would be better off if you testify.” If you can find a way to testify about discussions we had, if any, that relate to the Wilson-Plame matter, I remain today just as interested as I was over a year ago.

You went to jail in the summer. It is fall now. You will have stories to cover — Iraqi elections and suicide bombers, biological threats and the Iranian nuclear program. Out West, where you vacation, the aspens will already be turning. They turn in clusters, because their roots connect them. Come back to work — and life.

Until then, you will remain in my thoughts and prayers.

With admiration,
[s/n Scooter Libby]
Lewis Libby

11:40 AM  
Anonymous bluedogs said...

Am I missing something here? What is the attraction of Judy Miller?

I realize I may not be looking at the same things in the same way a man would. But, I see beauty in other women not threatened by it. What's up with Judy? She is attractive, but what is it some sort of Pheronomes or ........?

Does somebody know something I don't? Do tell.

3:52 PM  

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