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January 24, 2007

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Sue

Wilson's ego might not survive this trial. Seriously, they need to keep a close eye on his ego. It might commit suicide.

roanoke

Oh great-EW at FireDogLAke-did the AP link to her directly-

J Do you remember my question. If you let me ask the questions and then you can answer them. [boy Jeffress is a big d*ck!]

asterisk added.

I think I'll redact my "I'm unfair" comment>

Plus this description of Schmall-

Schmall looks kind of rat-like. He has a very small chin. Dark hair. A rust? color tie. Biggish ears. (What is it with these big-eared people).

You know bloggers probably worked hard to get credentialed and this is what she does with "her" access.

Classy.

Javani

""Walton new instruction, No evidence will be presented to you as to Valerie Wilson's status and whether or not disclosure posed a risk of damage to security. Her actual status, or damage, are totally irrelevant to your assessment of defendant's guilt or innocence. You may not speculate or guess about them. You may consider what Mr. Libby believed about her status.""

Yay for Walton! Libby saw note she was "CIA managerial type" (State dept. sneer) He won't chastise Fitzy for this break because Wells pulled a stunt like that too in his opening.

clarice

MEMORIES.MISTY MEMORIES

Joyner:"Discussion of Schmall’s January 8, 2004 interview with FBI. Told them that first time discussed the issue with Libby was after Novak article appeared? “Yes, that is correct.”

The next day, you sent email to colleague? Yes. “You told colleague that your memory of the events was quite poor, which probably extended the session?” Yes. "

Sara (Squiggler)

I began to notice a change in Walton a couple of weeks ago and it culminated when Clarice was wondering what Walton saw in the present re: Andrea Mitchell that wasn't being seen many moons ago.

I think Walton finally clued into the fact that Fitz had indicted on the basis of big case facts and then wanted to limit the defense to only his small case presentation. At some point, I think Walton realized that it would be impossible for Libby to get a fair trial with such a limitation. I think Walton had his thinking confirmed when he saw that the jury pool was thoroughly indoctrinated to the big case claims of the media and the prosecution.

clarice

I think in the batch of exculpatory evidence or in some other discovery , Wells found out about Gregory and that's what changed his mind about the relevance of Mitchell's notes, Sara, not some holistic eye opening.

clarice

BZZT 0-3
Joyner:
"Asked whether he had mentioned anything about Valerie or Joe Wilson in said email, he couldn’t recall. Presented the email, he quickly read and noted he did not.

April 22, 2004 you had second interview with govt? Sounds about right. He does not recall that Patrick Fitzgerald, or any government prosecutors, were there, despite memoranda to that affect. “I don’t have any independent memory of that.” "

Sue

“I don’t have any independent memory of that.”

Is someone paying these guys to make Libby's case for him? 3 up, 3 down, so far. Memory experts not necessary.

Sara (Squiggler)

That's what I mean, Clarice. Holistic? Moi? I don't think so. *smile*

I'm just saying that he seems, from his current rulings, to be **slightly** more open to Libby than he was in the early going. But, that may just be the difference between pretrial hearings hammering out dos and don'ts and actual trial.

clarice

It's fair to say that so far the prosecution's argument that Libby could not have forgotten because so many people told him in June officially is so far going nowhere. Who else is on the list?
Fleischer and Martin? Anyone else?

Javani

""He does not recall that Patrick Fitzgerald, or any government prosecutors, were there, despite memoranda to that affect. “I don’t have any independent memory of that.” ""

Gosh, can't Walton shut down this trial for Naitonal Security reasons? These witnesses are proving our top intelligence officials are either incompetent liars or buffoons.

Scary when you think about it...

Rick Ballard

Clarice,

I just don't see how you can expect these important government witnesses to remember anything so inconsequential as Joe Wilson or Valerie Plame. Why should they?

Besides, this has nothing to do with Libby's crime.

Can you deny that he's a Republican?

Dan S

"C You're teling me Mr. Fitzgerald is forgettable."

One can hope...

clarice

HEH..
Rick, you're a betting man. What do you suppose are the odds that Fleischer and Martin haven't voluntarily spoken to defense counsel and that their testimony will prove as inconclusive as the first 3 star witnesses?

I'm not an odds expert like you but I'd say somewhere between bupkus and gornisht.

Javani

Sarah,

Did you hear what the Judge said to the jurors about incorrect information in the news?

Message made.

Sue

So far, Fitzgerald's case is not air tight. I wish Jeff would come over and tell me where I am going wrong. Even cboldt would be okay. Though I tend to SOB* him. (*scroll on by)

Javani

"C You're telling me Mr. Fitzgerald is forgettable."

One can hope...""

I smell a motion to reintroduce the memory expert who forgot about meeting Fitzgerald too!! LOL.

Sara (Squiggler)

OT for Clarice -- a little humor. The "other side" on my civil case insisted I see one of their handpicked orthopods. They picked one that was as far from my home as they could get and still be in the same county. I went this morning, a 67 mile drive to get there. He saw me for all of 5 minutes. When he was leaving, I said, laughing, "I drove 67 miles for that?" He turned and in all seriousness said, "no, you drove 67 miles for this!" He held up a form and showed me that he'd written "Back terrible, in extremus(sp?)."

I'm still laughing. He is the expert for the other side. Sounds like the late G&G this morning in the Libby trial.

clarice

Joyner:
"April 24, 2004 sent email saying he was still looking for notes. “Still looking for any notes that would have triggered my memory.”

BUT WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BELIEVE IT'S BETTER ALMOST THREE YEARS LATER


Martin

Oh come on. Libby's defense is his job was so important how can he remember niggling details like treason, but he has time to meet with Tom Cruise about how scientologists are treated in Germany!? And get excited about it?

Convicted.

clarice

jAVANI--THANKS..I'd forgotten that ..really.

Sara, what good news.

Dan S

"So far, Fitzgerald's case is not air tight."

I SO want to riff on that, but I'll exercise restraint.

clarice

Joyner: Witness excused until tomorrow morning..

Sue

I SO want to riff on that, but I'll exercise restraint.

Why not? No one exercises around here.

Javani

Martin:

"..but he has time to meet with Tom Cruise about how scientologists are treated in Germany!? And get excited about it?

Convicted."

LOL. I knew your poses were blogosphere performance art. You're good.

cboldt

-- Even cboldt would be okay. Though I tend to SOB* him. (*scroll on by) --


Heh.

Dan S

Rather read Clarice liveblogging, but EW did pretty well today.

I did make the mistake of reading the comments though. *winces*

Javani

""I SO want to riff on that, but I'll exercise restraint.""

So far..


1. So far Everybody's memory has changed. Not charged with perjury, selective prosecution will be argued along with the memory defense.

2. Any prejudicial respect for top intel officials on the part of the jury is shot to hell by their "mis-memories" and words like "oh dear!"

purorinwestigation

'Did you hear what the Judge said to the jurors about incorrect information in the news?'

Is the judge going over Plame's admission in 'vanity fair' that she is a CIA operations officer, paramilitarily trained; that was confirmed by Jim and Larry, her farm mates? The foreign intelligence investigations couldn't ask for better confirmation and neither could the terrorists who killed those operations officers in Iraq.

Reading comments is never a mistake. Adult s do it all the time and are okay.......

What does riff and AE mean?

Patrick R. Sullivan

'Can somebody please enter a pic of Penelope Cruz into evidence?'

We true connoisseurs of las Madrilenas prefer Paz Vega.

Sue

Heh.

Heh, yourself. Can you hurry up and get up to speed so I can see another side to what I'm seeing? Thanks in advance.

Sue

Cathie Martin is up tomorrow?

clarice

Don't know. Schmall's cross continues

RichatUF

from Javani...

Prosecution has the problem that they might want everything excluded, but they need to show motive and contest for an intentional lie. Prosecution will make it seem Wilson & wife could be the only thing on Libby's mind, Defense will show what else was going on.

to the JOM lawyers guild...

So didn't the Prosecution just show that when the INR memo dropped for the first time that not only Libby, but Grenier, a top CIA official, got a chance to meet big Hollywood stars-TC and PC. The TC stuff seemed to be much more memorable than the back story on a marginal mission. Isn't this part of the Libby defense...Plame was an unimportant detail and "I'm a busy man" defense. Am I missing something, or thinking too much?

RichatUF

clarice

Not only that but they gave the jurors something they could relate to--what's really important and what isn't.

RichatUF

from Martin
Libby's defense is his job was so important how can he remember niggling details like treason

Wow Martin, I thought Libby was only charged with false statements and obstruction. The prosecution seems to have made a pretty good case that the INR memo, with that small detail about Wilson and his wife, got pretty good circulation. They all seem to have made a splash that concurrent with the INR memo principles were getting hounded by Tom Cruise-trivial details...isn't this case suppose to be about Russert, Cooper, and Miller?

RichatUF

RichatUF

pimf...
They all seem ...They ALSO seem

RichatUF

from clarice...
Not only that but they gave the jurors something they could relate to--what's really important and what isn't.

Scary...Tom Cruise whining about how German's treat (unnamed group) IMPORTANT

A former ambassador going on a junket and able to tell the DC-NYC party circuit all about it without anyone from CIA, State, or OVP able to get timely answers UNIMPORTANT

Joe Wilson, smoking a cigar, regaling reports at his DC home of his African tea sampling abilities...Priceless

RichatUF

clarice

Welcome to Rome.

MayBee

Gosh, can't Walton shut down this trial for Naitonal Security reasons? These witnesses are proving our top intelligence officials are either incompetent liars or buffoons.

I don't want to be a wet blanket, but I think that's unfair.
These people got it wrong, they don't remember what they thought they did. It happens to all of us. It isn't their fault Fitzgerald indicted on it.

The only buffoon in this affair is the bouffant.


ps.h&r- the mirror!! Ha ha ha ha ha

Syl

The TC stuff seemed to be much more memorable than the back story on a marginal mission.

Another huh? moment as to why fitz thought his testimony would be so useful to the prosecution. Obviously fitz wanted to establish that Libby was told on that date that Wilson's wife was CIA.

But if the briefer can only remember the Tom Cruise stuff? and that Libby was excited about it? Don't you think it's possible that that is all Libby would remember too?

Am I missing something, or thinking too much?

Not at all.

Though I hope that Libby's team points this out more clearly!

MayBee

Tom Cruise day at the State Dept is the day Armitage told Woodward.

Javani

"Am I missing something"

Nope, you got it.

Syl

Tom Cruise day at the State Dept is the day Armitage told Woodward

Yeah, Armitage met with Tom that day. Now we know the truth! Tom Cruise is the leaker! :)

Lew Clark

The judge did have an epiphany, but I don't think it was while reading Mitchell's notes. I think it occurred during jury selection. He as much as stated "I can't believe that the entire jury pool has fallen for the lies in the media." Walton knows she was outed by Ames, and reouted by the Cuban message. And would have been re re reouted by her gabby boyfriend/husband if she were still covert when she hooked up with gabby Joe Wilson. But Walton knows she was (1) Never very covert. (2) In her last 5 or more years of employment, she had no contact with covert agents in any setting that would link them to the CIA through her. (3) The CIA's own damage assessment showed no adverse impact from the Novak article.

Now being a good technical judge he has instructed the jury to disregard her status. But, being a fair judge, he realizes that he has, or might have 12 people on that jury that came in believing that Plame was covert and this trial is about Libby intentionally outing her and then lying to cover it. Unlike the other 3,946 people who outed her innocently. He knows that Fitz has made his case in the press, and doesn't have to reintroduce it at the trial. So, in order for Libby to have a fair trial, the defense must be allowed to "accidentally" provide proof of her non-covert status.

Team Libby is well on their way to proving that. I can hardly wait for Tenet's testimony to see if Wells is allowed to ask. "Were you contacted by the administration as to Valerie Plame Wilson's status, and, if so, what was your response.

Javani

To all. Drudge on Drudgeregort.com now has flashing siren:

"CIA MEMO REVEALED - FEMALE CASE OFFICER COMPLAINED ABOUT MEETING WITH TOM CRUISE AND PENELOPE CRUZ...more to follow"

Plame?

windansea

LOL...in the Wheels latest post at TNH they are talking about the niger docs and asking why didn't CIA know they were forgeries

I told them to ask Val since the niger docs were found in the CPD safe

clarice

What was she complaining about--they asked for a threesome? It distracted Libby and Grenier from concentrating on the beauteous Plame?

My hair is on fire waiting for an answer.

Lew Clark

And, BTW!

Way back when I was an "Intelligence Professional", Joey Heatherton came to Vietnam with a USO show. To this day, I remember what she was (almost) wearing, what she sang, and every dance move. I can't remember 5 words about my super top secret mission or how it turned out.
So if you are not now, or never have been an "Intelligence Professional", don't tell us what is memorable and what is not!

Irony Off. That will be all!

Javani

Wow! Now up on drudgeregort.com

"CIA MEMO REVEALED - FEMALE CASE OFFICER COMPLAINED ABOUT MEETING WITH TOM CRUISE AND PENELOPE CRUZ...

CASE OFFICER WROTE MEMO TO TENET ABOUT CONDUCT OF MALE HIGH OFFICIALS...SPECIAL CIA MEETING WITH TOM CRUISE AND PENELOPE CRUZ...THE MEN OGLED PENELOPE IGNORING TOM'S TALK ABOUT RELIGION...TOM JUMPED UP AND DOWN TO GET THEIR ATTENTION...FOR TWO DAYS OFFICER TRIED TO GET THE MEN REFOCUSED ON TERRORISM, WAR, SECURITY AND "SOME STUPID STORY ABOUT NIGER OR NIGERIA AND WILSON'S WIFE..." ALL THEY WOULD TALK ABOUT IS PENELOPE...FURTHER OFFICER COMPLAINS PENELOPE SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN LET ON PREMISES "THE WAY SHE WAS INAPPRORIATELY DRESSED"

Developing...

topsecretk9

--"CIA MEMO REVEALED - FEMALE CASE OFFICER COMPLAINED ABOUT MEETING WITH TOM CRUISE AND PENELOPE CRUZ...more to follow"--

I've not been able to catch up...is this real? I don't see it on Drudge.

topsecretk9

OK...I was thinking it was a joke.

roanoke

Javani-

Wow I don't see it is it flash or somethin"?

Dang it.

Patton

Did Schmall testify that Libby was jumping up and down on the couch with excitment regarding the Cruise visit?

I would hope Libby was more excited to meet P Cruz, then T Cruise.

RichatUF

OMG...
...FOR TWO DAYS OFFICER TRIED TO GET THE MEN REFOCUSED ON TERRORISM, WAR, SECURITY AND "SOME STUPID STORY ABOUT NIGER OR NIGERIA AND WILSON'S WIFE"...

Some stupid story indeed. And to think CIA officials didn't even think about Wilson's wife...Fitzgerald has to be going for a mistrial...he can point to Comey and say, "he made me do it"

RichatUF

Dwilkers

Geez, and these are the prosecution witnesses.

And every one seems to have 'can't remember sh!t' disease, just like Libby.

If I were Libby's lawyer I'd start asking these guys, every time they say their memory has been refreshed or they now remember some new detail, something like "but the Special Prosecutor hasn't charged you with lying, has he?.

Javani

"Wow I don't see it is it flash or somethin"?"

You're probably looking at that boring Drudge Report site. My info is from Drudge Regort, a different drudge, some call fictional.

clarice

Very good, Javani.

Grab the addys of those who believed--and we can sell them to Phishers of men.

roanoke

Javani-

You'll be hearing from Tom Cruise for that.

No One messes with Scientology!

windansea

I am still believing Javani's hoax....cept it was Val complaining cuz Penelope wore a tighter dress

RichatUF

You're probably looking at that boring Drudge Report site. My info is from Drudge Regort, a different drudge, some call fictional.

truth stranger than fiction. Yes, Javani, got me all of 3 minutes. Woulldn't it be funny though if such an email really existed. Laugh it up and sign me up for all the phishers...

Man I feel like an idiot

RichatUF

MayBee

I can't find my other comment, but did you see what the INR said about Joe's planning to go to Niger?
They were obviously mocking him.

I said it before and I'll say it again...a man with a smaller ego would have seen "if you want your story told, you'll have to write it yourself" as a blow-off.

lurker

NRSC Petition urging our Republican Senators to vote against all non-binding resolutions.

roanoke

Man I feel like an idiot.

Na let's come up with a cover story.{which is what that transcript that Tom last pointed to entre Mitchell, Russert and Gregory sounded like.}

We're jaded-nothing surprises us as to how stupid this has gotten.

Something like that.

Hell I can't believe clarice actually thinks calling NBC is worthwhile....

Heh.

RichatUF

from the comments above:


J You're certain that this conversation with Harlow and Cathie happened on June 11.

G I believe so, I know it was a female press person.

Fitz' team again

Z [I think this is Zeidenberg so I'll use Z] What was the point of the investigation when you had a meeting with IG.

G about the Niger forgeries.

Z Did it have anything to do with Wilson

G No

He went to talk to the IG about the forgeries on June 11th (maybe with the INR memo) and this has nothing to do with Wilson. Wasn't Wilson shopping this as the "whistleblower whopper"?

RichatUF

//drudgeregort...I really wanted to believe

clarice

Sunny Day has the INR memo--thought Joe was an ass clown, the mission a joke, and the behesting was by Plame.

http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v170/serenitybreeze/Libby%20trial/

RichatUF

from roanoke

Na let's come up with a cover story

What nobody told me it was the drudgeregort? And wow, that Penelope, she's hot...

RichatUF

RichatUF

from roanoke

Na let's come up with a cover story

What nobody told me it was the drudgeregort? And wow, that Penelope, she's hot...

RichatUF

roanoke

lurker -

If I'm ready to give up on those pols it's bad.

During the SOTU I'll I could keep thinking is I wish those bastards would get the hell out of the way.

You know half of them couldn't even stand up to applaud for "victory" that was too contaversial for them and there are guys and gals in the military risking their lives, earning less, and losing their families.

They can't risk their "popularity" to do the longterm right thing.

It's the usual vanities too.


MayBee

Wilson's presence would make the information spill forth...or he would scare them from making future sales.

State wanted nothing to do with him.

lurker

CIA Manager Testifies Sending Wilson Was Val’s Idea

Sweet and Light took note of an omission in Matt Apuzzo's article published by AP.

So, MayBee, aren't the Wilsons now working for Bill Richardson, who is considering the '08 Presidential campaign?

MayBee

Here it is:
Wilson believed the Nigeriens, understanding that he had worked at the NSC, would believe that he represented "national commmand authority" and that word of his presence would stir things up to such and extent that information would tumble out and/or the Nigeriens, if they were indeed planning on selling uranium to Iraq, would get scared and discontinue the sales project.

Ladies and gentlemen, the INR on our mighty hero.

MW

I thought the fake documents came out of the Nigerian embassy in Italy or something?

TruthProbe

I cannot get over the shape of Libby's skull.

lurker

roanoke, sickening, isn't it?

Even my stern email to Hagel had no effect on him to no one's surprise.

lurker

David Corn's take (version)

He still thinks Fitz still has a chance.

Javani

Clarice:

Thanks for the link:

"Joe only played a walk-on part"

Ouch.!

See page two, it was State not CIA who doubted the aluminum pipes. Oh well, there goes the Valery challenged the aluminum pipe story..

Bl

So, isn't it wrong to give a contract to your relative, husband, who's dad was a CIA operations officer in Spain?

Richardson is already screwed like Kerry?

lurker
Another issue was the Wilson mission and Valerie Wilson. Schmall's handwritten notes on the table of contents of Libby's briefing that day indicated that Libby had mentioned both Wilsons to him. Here was more evidence suggesting that Libby was on top of the Wilson business (before it became public) and knew about Valerie Wilson.

So?

Does it matter whether Libby, Cheney, et al, knew about the Wilsons or not? What matters is who leaked Plame's identity to the public.

BR

Aims.

topsecretk9

Posted by: MayBee | January 24, 2007 at 04:34 PM

Damn I am having a hard time keeping up - too busy.

Maybee
What is this, where is it from, what does it mean?

roanoke

lurker-

You know what?

God bless you for trying.

Hagel I was thinking of exactly him and Warner he's jumped ship hasn't he?{the irony...)

It's come to the point where I can barely look anymore.

lyle

FURTHER OFFICER COMPLAINS PENELOPE SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN LET ON PREMISES "THE WAY SHE WAS INAPPRORIATELY DRESSED"

So this whole case could come down to the poor memories of men who were distracted by Penelope Cruz?

clarice

Bush' SOTU got very favorable reviews from the viewers..

Terry Gain

Did Patrick Fitzgerald forget that it's an abuse of protest to haul people before a grand jury when it's clear, or ought to have been clear to him if he was doing his job, that no crime had been committed other than vicious, partisan, fallacious and treasonous attacks upon the CIC in a time of war.

MayBee

Sorry Tops-
That is from the INR memo, in the summary of the meeting at the CIA with Plame and Wilson.

Rick Ballard

"He still thinks Fitz still has a chance."

So do I. The trial is scheduled to last 16-24 days and Fitz is getting his Arkansas Alzheimer's witnesses in early. I'm with Barney concerning the jury. You can't know what will stick in their minds but (IMO) the last third of the trial is what they will address first in deliberation.

Quick - what was the most important thing you remember about December 22? How about December 28?

Last Friday?

Other Tom

I have the honor of being banned from both TalkLeft and FireDogLake. The former axed me simply for expressing disagreement with their orthodoxy; the latter for cutting-and-pasting excertps from the blog of the estimable Larry Johnson, which were (correctly) deemed obscene. So I'm in exile, and I appreciate being kept up to speed on their rantings by posters here.

By far the most fun right now is waiting for each successive post from Martin/Don, who seems to be feeling a bit out of sorts at this point. (Hint for Martin: Try "Abraham" and "John" next, big fella.)

topsecretk9

Oh well, there goes the Valery challenged the aluminum pipe story..

You know, was it Condi Rice who sought input from expert scientists? Like she wasn't altogether sure this analysts was trained or capable of knowing what they heck these tubes were for?

And not having read everything, but I am getting the sense that CIA types were flooding with unsolicited WMD like reporting then privately telling the willing media they were pressured and warning the admin, cherry-picking blah, blah, blah...or something like that...does that sound right?

windansea

Last Friday?

I got lucky and it's seared in my brain

topsecretk9

flooding "the admin" with unsolicited WMD like reporting then privately telling

I meant

Rick Ballard

"I got lucky and it's seared in my brain"

Were you wearing a magic hat?

It's just a goshdarned shame that Jon Carey isn't going to run. I believe him to be the best Democratic politician of his generation.

The scummy jerk.

topsecretk9

Scooter Libby’s CIA briefer, Craig Schmall, reports that he and Libby had a discussion on Saturday* June 14, 2003 about a visit from Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz, with the former interested in talking about Germany’s treatment of Scientologists. Libby was apparently quite excited about the visit.

Just got up to speed on his.

Richard Armitage DID have a meeting with Tom Cruise about this very thing on the week he met with Woodward -

Just in case this wasn't mentioned.

windansea

the essential Cheney

BLITZER: Do you think Hillary Clinton would make a good president?

CHENEY: No, I don’t.

BLITZER: Why?

CHENEY: Because she’s a Democrat.

windansea

a fireguppie sums things up

My only concern is that the members of the jury will walk out of the courtroom confused about what they heard. In closing statements Fitz will no doubt be reminding them that they heard all these people say they told Libby about Wilson’s wife being CIA, but the jurors are going to remember hearing a bunch of talk about whether the witnesses remember actually doing that.

snort!

Javani

My vote for best passage from the Grenier testimony (note - from FDL, not official)

J does your memory get better with time?

G It depends.

J did you find a note?

G what improved was what I remember thinking and feeling afterwards. That only came to me afterwards. What triggered it and why, I don't know.

J And when did you forget that feeling?

G I didn't recall it.

J What triggered that feeling?

G I wish I could tell you.

Bill in AZ

I sort of recall that when Fitzgerald's excellent adventure began there were a few of us - including myself - where due to his apparent complete ineptness, it crossed my mind for approximately a nanosecond that maybe Fitz was really on the administrations side in this. That he was really going to just bungle along and ultimately expose the media, the CIA, DoS, etc, as the traitorous frauds they truly are.

So far in this "trial", that plan seems to be fulfilling, though that is the farthest thing from Fitz's mind. He still believes he has a case. I dunno what case he thinks he has, but he firmly belieeeeeeeeeeves.

RichatUF

from TS9

Richard Armitage DID have a meeting with Tom Cruise about this very thing on the week he met with Woodward -

It was on June 11, the day the INR memo dropped too, and right before his chat with Woodward. The AP FOIA-ed Armitage's schedule for that day

RichatUF

topsecretk9

--about whether the witnesses remember actually doing that.--

super sigh.

windansea

It depends.

What triggered it and why, I don't know.

I didn't recall it.

I wish I could tell you.

them there are some pretty big shadows

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