Just about anything is 'Fair Game' - except the truth

Clarice Feldman
The arty secions of many newspapers are promoting "Fair Game" the make believe story of Valerie Plame in which the name Richard Armitage does not appear. An exellent debunking of this Hollywood history remake is here. 
Even more interesting, in today's Washington Post, in response to such puffery, R.E. Pound who identifies himself as someone who served in the CIA from 1976 to 2009 writes in a letter to the editor:

I was at one point charged with looking into possible damage in one location caused by Valerie Plame's outing. There was none.

[snip]

It was ludicrous for her to claim that the exposure forced an end to her career in intelligence.


Clarice Feldman


The arty secions of many newspapers are promoting "Fair Game" the make believe story of Valerie Plame in which the name Richard Armitage does not appear. An exellent debunking of this Hollywood history remake is here. 

Even more interesting, in today's Washington Post, in response to such puffery, R.E. Pound who identifies himself as someone who served in the CIA from 1976 to 2009 writes in a letter to the editor:

I was at one point charged with looking into possible damage in one location caused by Valerie Plame's outing. There was none.

[snip]

It was ludicrous for her to claim that the exposure forced an end to her career in intelligence.


Clarice Feldman