As before 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 EmptyWheel.
To see all my posts indexing the Liveblog of the Libby trial from Firedoglake, click on the Label "Liveblog" (below.)
- Lawrence O'Donnel (Bio) announces that Libby will be found guilty. Also at Huffington Post.
- Jane Hamsher provides a discussion of the trial at Huffington Post.
- Jeralyn Merritt discusses the trial after both sides rest.
From Huffington Post.
- Marcy Wheeler speculates on why various witnesses were not called.
- Jane Hamsher, Jeralyn Merritt and Marcy Wheeler provide the day's wrap-up on U-Tube.
Excellent review of the last day of testimony and what the prosecution and defense teams need to do next.
- Swopa discusses "Libby's state of mind" at the time of the leak and the Defense tactics during the presentations to the jury.
- Jane Hamsher provides information on jury valentines day dress.
It appears interesting that one cantankerous juror did not go along with the rest.
- 3. One last stipulation from the Defense.
Defense rests. Ms. Kedian reads one stipulation into the record for the prosecution.
- 2. Craig Schmall was to have testified for the Defense. His testimony and that of others is instead given to thejury in the form of "stipulation" between prosecution and defense attorneys.
- 1. More tedious legal arguments before witnesses are called.
Beginning of Marcy Wheeler's liveblog of today's trial events. Fitzgerald (Prosecution), Jeffress (Defense) and Walton (the Judge.)
- St. Regis by Morning Christie Hardin Smith's introduction to the liveblogging of Feb 14.
Craig Schmall a CIA briefer who had briefed "Scooter" Libby. He was previously called by the prosecution and now is being called for the defense to provide testimony on a different subject.
Fuhrman An FBI Section Chief. He, with others, interviewed Addington July 12, 2004, and Furman prepared the report from which a part of the stipulated information was taken.
John Cline An attorney for the Defense. Reads some of the stipulated data given to the jury.
Jenny Mayfield Jeffress (D) read three articles from her files as part of the stipulation. Jenny Mayfield was Libby's personal assistant during leak week.
Former Inspector John Eckenrode Special Agent in FBI in charge of the investigation concerning possible unauthorized disclosure of Plame's affiliation with CIA. He spoke to Tim Russert by phone on Nov 14 and Nov 24, and wrote reports to record the information Russert provided.
Stipulation An agreement between parties to a court action that a certain fact or set of facts is (are) true or uncontested. The stipulation must be in writing unless it or they are part of the court record