Wilson Plame Game

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Bob Somerby details the Aesop's Fables nature of the press reporting  of Wilson's claims and how they cling to his tale even though he hoodwinked them into believing his report contradicted rather than supported the President's claims. 
 
And the inimitable Tom Maguire does the best roundup on the question of whether Plame was a covert agent, the predicate for any indictments under the Agee Act or Chapter 37 of the 1917 Espionage Act.   
 
Save time by skipping the breathless, ill—informed reporting in the MSM. If you want to be up to date in the matter, read these articles.
 
Clarice Feldman  10 21 05
Bob Somerby details the Aesop's Fables nature of the press reporting  of Wilson's claims and how they cling to his tale even though he hoodwinked them into believing his report contradicted rather than supported the President's claims. 
 
And the inimitable Tom Maguire does the best roundup on the question of whether Plame was a covert agent, the predicate for any indictments under the Agee Act or Chapter 37 of the 1917 Espionage Act.   
 
Save time by skipping the breathless, ill—informed reporting in the MSM. If you want to be up to date in the matter, read these articles.
 
Clarice Feldman  10 21 05