Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Update on White House CIA Leak Investigation

“Special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald appears to be seriously weighing a perjury charge for Rove's failure to tell grand jurors that he talked to TIME correspondent Matthew Cooper about Plame, according to a person close to Rove.

Rove corrected himself in a later grand jury session. If charged with perjury, he will maintain he simply didn't recall the conversation with Cooper and told Fitzgerald as soon as he did.

In her 3,500-word account of her grand jury appearance, Miller says Fitzgerald also asked questions about Vice President Dick Cheney, including if Libby ever indicated to her whether

"Cheney had approved of his interviews with me or was aware of them. The answer is no."
Judith Miller's dealings with Libby; she had spent 85 days in jail before receiving written and oral permission from Libby to testify before the grand jury. (TIME 10/17/05).”

It appears that Special Persecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is focusing on Dick Cheney and the involvement of his Office involvement this situation.

I pose one question, will President Bush stand by his word and properly deal with anyone within his administration involve in this act? Thus far, he has failed to do so.

Rumors of Cheney's Resignation:

Washington Post:


CNN Reports:

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