Sunday, June 04, 2006

George Bush's Chief Political Advisor Karl Rove

The rightfully embattled White House Chief of Staff was expectedly indicted for only one of his many crimes. According to TruthOut, "Rove testified that he first found out about Plame Wilson from reading a newspaper report in July 2003 and only after the story was published did he share damaging information about her CIA status with other reporters.

However, evidence has surfaced during the course of the two-year-old investigation that shows Rove spoke with at least two reporters about Plame Wilson prior to the publication of the column.

The explanation Rove provided to the grand jury--that he was dealing with more urgent White House matters and therefore forgot--has not convinced Fitzgerald that Rove has been entirely truthful in his testimony and resulted in the indictment."

A liar? In the White House? What are the odds?


Blogger Comandante Gringo said...

This one definitely rates the short list.

8:30 PM  

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