Monday, October 24, 2005

*"Federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald appears to be laying the groundwork for indictments this week over the outing of a covert CIA operative, including possible charges of perjury and obstruction of justice, lawyers and other sources involved in case said on Sunday."


Knowing that all law (that I know of) is subject to (but not limited to) "interpretation", palm-greasing, intimidation, and favors, I have a gnawing question that probably could be looked at as uninformed curiosity. Nonetheless, I'd like to know the answer.

SCENARIO: If only charges of perjury are brought against, let's say Rove and Libby, wouldn't that support charges of treason? What I mean is- if they're found guilty of lying under oath about their roles in the outing of CIA agent Plame, wouldn't that suggest or (at least) support (proof?) that they are also guilty of treason? And going on with this question, wouldn't that automatically implicate Cheney's involvement in the illegal war (WHIG) meetings? And wouldn't THAT automatically implicate bush?

I know it sounds like a wishful thinking of the domino effect, but I don't even think they would have to "rat" on each other for the evidence to make the case.

And one more burning question: WHERE'S BOB NOVAK??? Could he be Fitzgerald's star witness? I could see him "singing like a canary".

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