Barry SCHWARTZ (Barijo ŜVARC) (chemoelectric) wrote,
Barry SCHWARTZ (Barijo ŜVARC)
chemoelectric

Rumors in Treasongate support my long-time theory

I have stated a theory going back to when judges said Matt Cooper and Judith Miller had to talk or go to jail. Even one judge, who figured that journalists did generally have a privilege against talking, was emphatic that this case was different. My theory says that the judges were so emphatic because what Fitzgerald had was evidence of Dick Cheney's involvement in the conspiracy.

Now this:


http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000087&sid=aSuj1d8CcYAk&refer=top_world_news

Fitzgerald, 45, has also questioned administration officials about any knowledge Bush may have had of the campaign against Wilson. Yet most administration observers have noted that on Iraq, as with most matters, it's Cheney who has played the more hands-on role.

One lawyer intimately involved in the case, who like the others demanded anonymity, said one reason Fitzgerald was willing to send Miller to jail to compel testimony was because he was pursuing evidence the vice president may have been aware of the specifics of the anti-Wilson strategy.

And both U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Hogan and an appellate-court panel -- including David Tatel, a First Amendment advocate -- said they ruled in Fitzgerald's favor because of the gravity of the case.



Ha! That's exactly my theory.

Can you imagine if Dick Cheney hadn't accompanied Bush to the not-under-oath investigational interview? Cheney would have been sweating bullets, wondering how many ways Bush was clumsily blowing the whole thing.
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