Thursday, September 29, 2005

Another Travesty For The American Legal System...

NY Times Reporter Judith Miller released from jail.

Ms Miller was incarcerated for refusing to divulge her sources, and continued to pretend that she actually had a source, until today when after 87 days residing where she belongs, Ms Miler at last found someone to admit that THEY were the imaginary source.

It took nearly 3 months for one of these detweillers to step up and pretend to be Judy's 'source', and I guess they felt it appropriate to wait a while so the judge wouldn't catch on to their little scheme. Early reports suggest that she was set free to create even more bogus news after meeting with Vice President Chaney, but since Ms Miller is a known operation-scar-junkie, it may well have been just a show-me-please plea that the Vice President found hard to ignore.

We'll keep you up to date as soon as there's more.

UPDATE: 9:30 PM From The NY Times:

Jailed Times Reporter Freed After Source Waives Confidentiality

Judith Miller agreed to testify in the C.I.A. leak case after she obtained a waiver offered by her source, I. Lewis Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff.

Curioser and curioser eh what? And what in the name of all that's holy is an I. Lewis Libby, besides of course, yet another posturing I-hate-my-first-name whinger trying to hide either Igor, or Ida.

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