Friday, October 28, 2005

Chicago Tribune | White House accused of security `crime'

The question we are all waiting tensely to have an answer to, is whether Bushco is above the law. Come on Fitzgerald. Or will you turn out to be another Hutton?

"In a speech here Wednesday night, Wilson said he was doing his "civic duty" when he disputed Bush's allegation that Saddam Hussein had tried to obtain uranium from Africa.

Discussing the leaking of the identity and covert job of his wife, Valerie Plame, Wilson further accused the White House of committing "a crime against the national security of the country" and said "it's very clear this was an organized mission to use public officials on a political battlefield. The mistake they made was in crossing the law."">Chicago Tribune | White House accused of security `crime'
: "In a speech here Wednesday night, Wilson said he was doing his 'civic duty' when he disputed Bush's allegation that Saddam Hussein had tried to obtain uranium from Africa.

Discussing the leaking of the identity and covert job of his wife, Valerie Plame, Wilson further accused the White House of committing 'a crime against the national security of the country' and said 'it's very clear this was an organized mission to use public officials on a political battlefield. The mistake they made was in crossing the law.'"

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