Valerie Plame: External Links 2005
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Valerie Plame: External Links 2005 provides links to articles related to the Valerie Plame case.
- Valerie Plame: External Links 2002-2003
- Valerie Plame: External Links 2004
- Valerie Plame: External Links 2006
- Karl Rove: Outing Valerie Plame
- Treasongate: Beyond Karl Rove
2005 Articles & Commentary
- Andrew Stephen, "Andrew Stephen reveals Washington's latest war," New Statesman, January 1, 2005.
- "Excerpts from the Court of Appeals Decisions on Miller and Cooper," Editor & Publisher, February 15, 2005.
- Adam Liptak, "Appeals Court Says Reporters Must Testify or Go to Jail," New York Times, February 15, 2005.
- Jack Shafer, "Memo to Cooper and Miller. Fire Floyd Abrams. Hire Bruce Sanford," Slate, February 15, 2005. Read U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruling, February 15, 2005.
- Carol D. Leonnig, "Reporters must testify, court rules. Says journalists in CIA case can be jailed for refusing," Washington Post, February 16, 2005.
- Bob Engber, "What About Bob? Judith Miller and Matt Cooper seem to be headed for jail. Why isn't Robert Novak?" Slate, February 17, 2005.
- Barbara W. Wall, "Reporters in Plame Leak Investigation Ordered to Testify or Face Jail," Gannett, February 18, 2005.
- Randall Eliason, "Opinion Focus: The Crime in Outing Valerie Plame," Washington Post, March 8, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "Abrams Files Appeal for Cooper and Miller in Plame Case," Editor & Publisher, March 21, 2005.
- Murray Waas "Exclusive: Plame Game Over?" American Prospect, April 6, 2005.
- "Plame Case, All Over But the Jailing?" Editor & Publisher, April 6, 2005.
- Carol D. Leonnig, "Papers Say Leak Probe Is Over," Washington Post, April 7, 2005.
- William E. Jackson, Jr., "Plame Game Enters Bottom of 9th Inning ," Editor & Publisher, April 7, 2005.
- Adam Liptak, "C.I.A. Leak Inquiry Is Near End, Prosecutor Says," (abstract) New York Times, April 8, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "'Matt and Judy Show': Cooper and Miller on the Plame Case," Editor & Publisher, April 12, 2005.
- "Full D.C. Circuit Won't Hear Miller/Cooper Case; Only Step Left is Supreme Court," Editor & Publisher, April 19, 2005.
- Adam Liptak, "Court Declines Case of Reporters in Leak Case," New York Times, April 19, 2005.
- "Loss For CIA-Leak Case Reporters," AP, April 19, 2005.
- Terry Frieden, "Appeals court rejects reporters' appeal. Time, New York Times seek Supreme Court review," CNN, April 20, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "Finally, Miller and Cooper Turn to the Supreme Court," Editor & Publisher, April 20, 2005.
- William E. Jackson, Jr., "Matt Cooper, Facing Jail, Awaits Appeal to Supreme Court," Editor & Publisher, April 22, 2005.
- John W. Dean, "An Update on the Investigation Into the Leak Of CIA Agent Plame's Identity: Will The Supreme Court Take The Miller And Cooper Cases?" FindLaw's Writ, April 22, 2005.
- Barbara W. Wall, "Plame Investigation Case to Be Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court," Gannett, May 6, 2005.
- "Supreme Court urged to protect reporters from jail time," AP, May 10, 2005.
- Jack Shafer, "What Matt Cooper Shares With Yaser Hamdi. A new petition before the Supreme Court explains all," Slate, May 11, 2005.
- John W. Dean, "A New Chapter In The Valerie Plame Case: Insights Gained From The New Edition of The Book by Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson," FindLaw's Writ, May 20, 2005.
- Adam Liptak, "State Attorneys General Ask Supreme Court to Hear 2 Reporters' Case," (abstract) New York Times, May 28, 2005.
- Allan Wolper, "Was It Proper for 'WP' Reporter to Talk to Plame Prosecutor?" Editor & Publisher, May 31, 2005: "Walter Pincus, a Washington Post investigative reporter, gave a deposition in the Valerie Plame investigation. In a previous 'Ethics Corner' column, Miami Herald reporter David Kidwell criticized him for doing so. Here, Pincus responds."
- Theodore B. Olson, "Plame Confusion," (abstract) Opinion Journal, June 12, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "Supreme Court To Decide This Week On Hearing Plame Case," Editor & Publisher, June 20, 2005.
- "Miller/Cooper Case Reaches Supreme Court Thursday; White House Has No Comment," Editor & Publisher, June 22, 2005.
- Jane Roh, "Journalists Hope Court Takes Up Plame Case," Fox News, June 26, 2005.
- Richard B. Schmitt, "High Court Declines to Hear Appeal of Reporters in Plame Case," Los Angeles Times, June 27, 2005: "The Supreme Court today cleared the way for the Justice Department to jail two reporters who refused to reveal confidential sources to a special prosecutor investigating how the name of an undercover CIA operative ended up in a newspaper column. ... The high court declined to hear the appeal of reporters Judith Miller of the New York Times and Matthew Cooper of Time magazine, who had argued that the 1st Amendment protected them from having to identify their sources to prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald in the politically charged case."
- Gina Holland, "Supreme Court Won't Hear CIA Leak Case," AP, June 27, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "Supreme Court Will Not Hear Miller/Cooper Case," Editor & Publisher, June 27, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "Miller/Cooper Case Returns To Federal Judge," Editor & Publisher, June 27, 2005.
- Joe Strupp, "UPDATE: Judge to Consider Miller/Cooper Case on Wednesday," Editor & Publisher, June 27, 2005.
- "Sulzberger, Miller, and Time Inc. Respond to Supreme Court Setback," Editor & Publisher, June 27, 2005.
- "Joseph Wilson Responds to Decision in Plame Case," Editor & Publisher, June 27, 2005.
- Tom Brune, "Jail looms for two journalists. Supreme Court turns down the appeal of reporters who have refused to name their sources in leak probe," Newsday, June 28, 2005: "After the Supreme Court rejected their appeals Monday, two journalists who refused to reveal their confidential sources in a federal leak probe could face an order to go to jail as soon as this week."
- Glenn Harlan Reynolds, "No 'journalistic privilege'," USA Today, June 28, 2005.
- Op-Ed: "Twilight zone for reporters," USA Today, June 28, 2005.
- Claudia Parsons, "Time Inc says will hand over papers in Plame case," Reuters, June 30, 2005.
- "MSNBC Analyst Says Cooper Documents Reveal Karl Rove as Source in Plame Case," Editor & Publisher, July 1, 2005: "Now that Time Inc. has turned over documents to federal court, presumably revealing who its reporter, Matt Cooper, identified as his source in the Valerie Plame/CIA case, speculation runs rampant on the name of that source, and what might happen to him or her. Tonight, on the syndicated McLaughlin Group political talk show, Lawrence O'Donnell, senior MSNBC political analyst, claimed to know that name--and it is, according to him, top White House mastermind Karl Rove." Article includes transcript of O'Donnell's remarks.
- Scott Shane, "Private Spy and Public Spouse Live at Center of Leak Case," New York Times, July 5, 2005.
- M. Kane Jeeves, "Bush's Damaged Control," mkanejeeves.com, July 5, 2005.
- Pete Yost, "Judge Orders Jail for N.Y. Times Reporter," Associated Press, July 6, 2005.
- "CNN's John King let Meese falsely claim that Plame was not an undercover officer," Media Matters for America, July 7, 2005: "On the July 5 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports, guest host John King left unchallenged former Attorney General Edwin Meese's false claim that CIA officer Valerie Plame was not an undercover operative. ... King asked Meese to comment on the possibility that New York Times reporter Judith Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper could be jailed for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating the leaking of Plame's identity. Meese told King, 'I'm surprised the case has even gone this far, because I don't think this was really a covert agent. She was some sort of administrative person at the CIA, I think, at the time this occurred and I think, perhaps, this is an exaggerated case in its entirety.'"
- Walter Pincus, "Anonymous sources: Their use in a time of prosecutorial interest," Nieman Reports, Summer 2005; reprinted on Nieman Watchdog website: "On July 12, 2003, an administration official, who was talking to me [Pincus] confidentially about a matter involving alleged Iraqi nuclear activities, veered off the precise matter we were discussing and told me that the White House had not paid attention to former Ambassador Joseph Wilsonâ??s CIA-sponsored February 2002 trip to Niger because it was set up as a boondoggle by his wife, an analyst with the agency working on weapons of mass destruction. ... In other words, the White House was not merely aware of Wilson's trip and its findings, someone had gone to the trouble to find out how the trip had originated, and then lied about Plame's involvement in order to discredit his findings. (Plame did not 'set up' the trip, as Pincus was told, nor did she 'authorize' it, as Rove told Cooper.) ... (Pincus's disclosure pretty much puts to rest the speculation that Miller's conversation with Rove was where he first found out about Plame.)"
- Larry Johnson, "The Big Lie About Valerie Plame," TPM Cafe, July 13, 2005: "The misinformation being spread in the media about the Plame affair is alarming and damaging to the longterm security interests of the United States. Republicans' talking points are trying to savage Joe Wilson and, by implication, his wife, Valerie Plame as liars. That is the truly big lie. ... For starters, Valerie Plame was an undercover operations officer until outed in the press by Robert Novak. Novak's column was not an isolated attack. It was in fact part of a coordinated, orchestrated smear that we now know includes at least Karl Rove. ... Valerie Plame was a classmate of mine from the day she started with the CIA. I entered on duty at the CIA in September 1985. All of my classmates were undercover--in other words, we told our family and friends that we were working for other overt U.S. Government agencies. We had official cover. That means we had a black passport--i.e., a diplomatic passport. If we were caught overseas engaged in espionage activity the black passport was a get out of jail free card."
- Anne Marie Squeo and John D. McKinnon,"Memo Underscored Issue of Shielding Plame's Identity," Wall Street Journal Online, July 19, 2005: "A [June 10, 2003] classified State Department memo that may be pivotal to the CIA leak case made clear that information identifying an agent and her role in her husband's intelligence-gathering mission was sensitive and shouldn't be shared, according to a person familiar with the document."
- "Ex-Intel Officers Speak on Plame's Behalf," Associated Press, July 22, 2005: "Eleven former intelligence officers are speaking up on behalf of CIA officer Valerie Plame, saying leaking her identity may have damaged national security and threatens the ability of U.S. intelligence gathering." Full July 18, 2005, letter posted on Josh Marshall's Talking Points Memo website.
- Christopher Wolf, "A neighbor's view of Valerie Wilson's 'outing'," USA Today, July 24, 2005.
- Deborah Orin, "Report: Plame Gave Money to Anti-Bush Group," New York Post, July 27, 2005; posted on Fox News website.
- Murray Waas, "House Democrats Ask Justice Department Inspector General to Investigate Ashcroft Role in Plame Probe," Whatever Already!, Aug. 16, 2005.
- Richard B. Schmidt, "Plame Is Set to Leave the CIA. The operative whose covert identity was revealed in a 2003 column wants to spend more time with her family, friends say," Los Angeles Times, December 6, 2005.