Treasongate: Beyond Karl Rove: External Links 2004
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The following are External Links for 2004 related to Treasongate: Beyond Karl Rove.
Articles & Commentary 2004
- John W. Dean, "Why Did Attorney General Ashcroft Remove Himself From The Valerie Plame Wilson Leak Investigation? Signs that a Key Witness May Have Come Forward," FindLaw's Writ, January 6, 2004.
- Daniel Schorr, "The Leak That Went Awry," Christian Science Monitor, January 16, 2004.
- John W. Dean, "The Leak of CIA Agent Valerie Plame Wilson's Identity: Why Competing Congressional and Special Counsel Investigations Will Inevitably Cause Problems," FindLaw's Write, January 30, 2004.
- "Bush welcomes probe of CIA leak. 'I want to know the truth,' president tells reporters," CNN, February 11, 2004.
- Joshua Micah Marshall, "Big Trouble?" Talking Points Memo, March 4, 2004.
- Tom Brune, "Air Force One Phone Records Subpoenaed. Grand jury to review call logs from Bush’s jet in probe of how a CIA agent’s cover was blown," Newsday, March 5, 2004. Posted on Common Dreams website. The article mentions "That subpoena also sought a complete transcript of a July 12 press 'gaggle,' or informal briefing, by then-White House press secretary Ari Fleischer while at the National Hospital in Abuja, Nigeria."
- See White House Press Gaggle with Ari Fleischer, The National Hospital, Abuja, Nigeria, July 12, 2003.
- "White House Records Sought in Novak Leak," Associated Press, March 6, 2004. Posted on Editor & Publisher and Boston Globe websites. "The three subpoenas to President Bush's Executive Office also seek the July records created by an internal task force called the White House Iraq Group, which was created to publicize the threat of Saddam Hussein, Newsday said. The newspaper cited documents that it obtained."
- "Plamegate scandal reignites," Phoenix Memo, March 6, 2004: "That White House Iraq Group has all the potential for scandal, if not more, than Nixon's 'plumbers' and Reagan's Iran/Contra crew. Hell, it's probably the same people. This could be the one that blows the whole Iraq scheme wide open and destroys Dubya's appointistration."
- Murray Waas, "Plugging Leaks. More details emerge on the Plame investigation, as Karl Rove's testimony is revealed for the first time," The American Prospect, March 8, 2004.
- Justin Raimondo, "Prosecuting the Cabal. Leak probe tightens net around the gang that 'outed' an undercover CIA agent," antiwar.com, March 8, 2004.
- "'Crooks': Is KaWen dirty after all? Look! It's a bird, it's a Plame ...." corrente, March 29, 2004.
- "What did Hughes know -- and when?" Salon, March 29, 2004: "Karen Hughes and her actions have fallen under the scrutiny of the prosecutor. The Plame grand jury has subpoenaed records created by the White House Iraq Group in July 2003, the same month Plame was outed in the Novak column. Hughes was a member of the White House Iraq Group, an internal body that coordinated strategy for, among other things, selling the war here at home. Other members of the group were Karl Rove, Mary Matalin, James Wilkinson, legislative liaison Nicholas E. Calio and policy advisers including Condoleezza Rice, her deputy, Stephen J. Hadley, and I. Lewis Libby, Dick Cheney's chief of staff."
- John W. Dean, "The Serious Implications Of President Bush's Hiring A Personal Outside Counsel For The Valerie Plame Investigation," FindLaw's Writ, June 4, 2004.
- Murray Waas, "Ashcroft's Interest," The American Prospect, July 8, 2004: "Exclusive: The attorney general received numerous briefings last year on the Plame case: 'Whatever the FBI knew, [he] was able to know within days if he wanted to.'"