A Second TIME Reporter Cooperates

W hen a grand jury indicted vice presidential chief of staff I. Lewis Libby in late October for perjury and obstruction of justice in the Valerie Plame case, special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said no one should assume the leak inquiry was now completed. He was not kidding. Washington is still abuzz over who told Bob Woodward that Plame, the wife of Administration critic Joseph Wilson, worked for the CIA. As Woodward revealed for the first time two weeks ago, a source passed along that information in a "casual" way in mid-June 2003, at least several days before Libby told New York...

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