Matt Apuzzo of the AP:
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court said Friday it would release some of the documents it reviewed when deciding to force journalists to testify in the CIA leak investigation.
The ruling followed a request by The Associated Press and Dow Jones, which asked for the release of the sworn statements Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald gave to justify subpoenas for New York Times reporter Judith Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper in 2005.
I am blogging from an insecure remote location but if I can find my PACER account info (cleverly concealed even from myself) I will find the newly less-redacted opinion as well as the less-redacted Fitzgerald affidavits.
FWIW,the Tatel opinion unredactions appear at pages 32-35 and 38-9.
MORE: Jeralyn Merritt has the links and some thoughts.
Interesting - from one of her excerpts (not newly released, BTW) it does appear that the judges understood they were ordering Ms. Miller to jail in pursuit of a perjury case.