Sunday, October 16, 2005

Miller: I forgot who told me about Valerie Plame

Apparently poor Judith Miller lost both time and memory while in jail. Editor and Publisher reports that the New York Times reveals in its Miller expose that:
Among other things, the 5,800-word article discloses that in the same notebook that Miller belatedly turned over to the federal prosecutor last month, chronicling her July 8, 2003, interview with I. Lewis Libby, she wrote the name "Valerie Flame." She surely meant Valerie Plame, but when she testified for a second time in the case this week, she could not recall who mentioned that name to her, the Times said. She said she "didn't think" she heard it from Libby, a longtime friend and source.
Maybe she heard it from Dan Rather. Yeah, that's the ticket.


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