For months now, my article entitled, Valerie Plame’s Fair Game Released Nationwide (Trailer) – REPOST has been on the top of the “top posts” list for this blog.
Personally, I can understand the mystique and the lure of the Plame case. Mainly because there was unfinished business. Karl Rove and others in the White House literally got off scott free for what I consider to be an abominable offense against an undercover CIA officer by exposing her identity to several news sources. We know that Scooter Libby was in fact the “fall guy” in this sordid and dirty episode of partisan politics and hubris during the Bush years.
The New York Times has a complete archive of every major event in the Valerie Plame debacle. For those who want more information on this really sad part of our history during the run-up of the Iraq war, you’ll find the site will have a treasure trove of information, documents and pictures on the case from beginning to end.
News about Valerie Plame Wilson, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
Here’s an example:
An acid flashback to a time when White House aides behaved acidicly.
October 13, 2010
Karl Rove says in his new memoir that President George W. Bush probably would not have invaded Iraq had he known there were no unconventional weapons there.
March 4, 2010
FBI documents show that former Vice Pres Dick Cheney denied in 2004 interview with special prosecutor investigating CIA leak case that he had played any role in disclosure of identity of Valerie Wilson as intelligence officer; some of Cheney’s assertions appear to conflict with testimony at 2007 trial of his chief of staff, I Lewis Libby Jr, who was convicted of perjury and whose sentence was later commuted by Pres George W Bush; Cheney photo
October 31, 2009
One of the great mysteries of the Bush presidency is whether W. ever had an epiphany when he realized that he had been manipulated by Dick Cheney, and if it ever hit him that he trusted the wrong father figure.
February 18, 2009
- Hannity Exposes Media Bias in Plame Case (dakotavoice.com)
- Report: Valerie Plame Wilson to pen suspense books (today.msnbc.msn.com)
- Valerie Plame Wilson: the housewife CIA spy who was ‘fair game’ for Bush (telegraph.co.uk)
- Ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame to write female spy books (reuters.com)
- The NS Interview: Valerie Plame Wilson, former CIA officer (newstatesman.com)