As we’ve examined in this special investigative series on the Plame affair, the official story of the “leaking” of Plame’s identity is itself a sham. Richard Armitage may have been Novak’s source, but even Fitzgerald’s investigation confirmed that the first documented leak of Plame’s status came from Marc Grossman, the number three in Colin Powell’s State Department. And as FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds confirmed in sworn testimony, Grossman had exposed Brewster Jennings and Associates—the phony company that Plame and other counter-proliferation operatives were using as their employment cover—as a CIA front a full two years before the whole scandal broke, in 2001. Grossman later went on to be a key witness in the Libby trial.
So why did the DOJ proceed with an investigation when they already knew who was responsible for leaking Plame’s identity? Who appointed Fitzgerald to the position of Special Counsel, and what are his ties to the case? Why didn’t Libby’s lawyers bring these questions up during their client’s prosecution? And what does federal judge Reggie Walton have to do with all of this? Join us on this week’s Eyeopener report as we delve into these important questions.
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