Tuesday, April 11, 2006

With One Filing, Prosecutor Puts Bush in Spotlight - New York Times

With One Filing, Prosecutor Puts Bush in Spotlight - New York Times:
Mr. Fitzgerald's filing talks not of an effort to level with Americans but of 'a plan to discredit, punish or seek revenge against Mr. Wilson.' It concludes, 'It is hard to conceive of what evidence there could be that would disprove the existence of White House efforts to "punish Wilson."'

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One effort — the July 18 declassification of the major conclusions of the intelligence estimate — was taking place in public, while another, Mr. Fitzgerald argues, was happening in secret, with only Mr. Bush, Mr. Cheney and Mr. Libby involved.
Using top secret data to sell an unnecessary war and get back at a political enemy? Highly dubious and certainly unethical. If it's not illegal, it should be!
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