Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Well that clarifies everything

Bob Novak blows about 18 column inches explaining his testimony on the Valerie Plame leak case and tells us . . . basically nothing. Other than the fact that he didn't learn of her from Karl Rove and that he did not learn of her from the CIA spokesman at the time, Bill Harlow, Novak says nothing of use. In other words, despite stating that his source waived confidentiality AND that independent counsel Patrick Fitzgerald knew the identity of Novak's source when he investigated Novak, we still don't learn who the actual source was.


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