Friday, January 26, 2007

Guide to theThursday Libby Trial Live-blog

I'm running a little late on this, but here it is. Again, the links are in time sequence with the oldest at the bottom and the newest at the top. The numbered links are the actual (paraphrased, not verbatum) live-blogged trial reports by Marcy Wheeler (EmptyWheel.)

To see all my posts indexing the Liveblog of the Libby trial from Firedoglake, click on the Label "Liveblog" (below.)

Cathie Martin Cheney's press secretary during the period when Novak was told the classified information that Valerie Plame was a CIA agent and published it. Martin had replaced Mary Matelin when she left the job.

Addendum 7:22 PM same day.
Jeralyn Merrit of TalkLeft provides a discussion of what she considered the key things that she noticed in the Thursday Libby Trial proceedings.

If you haven't read her blog, you should. She is a defense attorney who writes quite well, and almost invariably offers interesting subjects. In the case of the Libby trial, she provides expert insights into what Fitzgerald seems to be doing. This article is an excellent set of insights into what went on in the Trial on Thursday. Don't miss it.

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