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The New York Times coverage of Karl Rove's voluntary appearance before a grand jury yesterday discloses something I have never before seen published. In the very final sentence of an article written by Anne Kornbluth. Here is the final paragraph with emphasis added.

 No one has been charged with the underlying crime of revealing classified material. Mr. Fitzgerald is seeking to establish whether any crimes were committed with the disclosure of Mrs. Wilson's identity, which first appeared in a column by Robert D. Novak — no relation to Ms. Novak — in July 2003. The identity of Mr. Novak's original source for the column that triggered the entire case is still unknown, at least to the public. Mr. Novak has testified to the grand jury since Mr. Rove's last appearance in October 2005.

Clarice Feldman    4 27 06

The New York Times coverage of Karl Rove's voluntary appearance before a grand jury yesterday discloses something I have never before seen published. In the very final sentence of an article written by Anne Kornbluth. Here is the final paragraph with emphasis added.

 No one has been charged with the underlying crime of revealing classified material. Mr. Fitzgerald is seeking to establish whether any crimes were committed with the disclosure of Mrs. Wilson's identity, which first appeared in a column by Robert D. Novak — no relation to Ms. Novak — in July 2003. The identity of Mr. Novak's original source for the column that triggered the entire case is still unknown, at least to the public. Mr. Novak has testified to the grand jury since Mr. Rove's last appearance in October 2005.

Clarice Feldman    4 27 06