Plame: there's more to come

The curious case of Judith Miller, recently released from jail to testify before a grand jury convened by Special Prosecutor Peter Fitzgerald, continues to raise questions about what really is under investigation. Many agree that the pieces we can publicly see simply don't fit together in an understandable fashion. Something may be going on inside the grand jury room about which we know little or nothing. Although the jury is supposedly investigating the naming of Valerie Plame as a CIA agent, the actual details of the grand jury's deliberations remain secret. Speculation abounds as to why Ms. Miller ignored previous permission to testify given her by the source she was allegedly protecting, Lewis 'Scooter' Libby, Vice President Cheney's chief of staff. The story so far just doesn't make sense. I see a bigger picture in the background, involving the CIA and conduct of the war in Iraq. I am persuaded that the CIA counter—proliferation group was incompetent, and...(Read Full Article)