24Oct/130

Fox News speechless over Judith Miller’s confession

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

Judith Miller has rendered the executives at Fox News speechless with her recent confession that she knew Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage was not the person who leaked Valerie Plame's identity as a CIA operative.

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Subject: Media inquiry ( Judith Miller confession)

Irena,

Is Fox News going to address the Judith Miller confession?

Scooter Libby’s attorneys might be forced to “Win”

http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2013/10/19/scooter-libbys-attorneys-might-be-forced-to-win/

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Sent: October 18, 2013 at 3:04 PM
Subject: Fwd: Media inquiry 2nd attempt (Judith Miller )

Irena

Does Fox News have a statement for the media concerning the stunning confession made by Judith Miller?

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Sent: October 17, 2013 at 4:58 PM
Subject: Media inquiry (Judith Miller blows the whistle on “Special Counsel” Patrick Fitzgerald)

Ms. Irena Briganti

Does Fox News have a statement for the media pertaining to the latest news that involved Judith Miller exposing fraud committed by the DoJ?

Judith Miller blows the whistle on “Special Counsel” Patrick Fitzgerald

http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2013/10/01/judith-miller-blows-the-whistle-on-special-counsel-patrick-fitzgerald/

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Miller's confession is very problematic for Fox News for the simple fact that this is big news. However, this big news story will bring un-welcome scrutiny on the "Defender of the First Amendment" monopoly Roger Ailes has developed for Fox News with Judith Miller.

Ouch, that's gotta hurt when you're rendered speechless to defend your First Amendment defender.

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Will Fox News continue to shield Judith Miller, or will they adhere to their responsibilities as a News organization?

Can Judith Miller survive another credibility exam?

The answers to these, and many other questions coming soon.......

4Oct/130

DoJ Inspector General Glenn A. Fine complicit in fraud known as “Plamegate”

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

By allowing former Deputy Attorney General James B. Comey to appoint Patrick Fitzgerald "Special Counsel" to investigate "Plamegate" based on what he knew to be a lie, former Department of Justice (DoJ) Inspector General Glenn A. Fine became complicit in fraud perpetrated against the American people.

When asked why he allowed Comey to appoint a "Special Counsel" to investigate who exposed Brewster Jennings and Associates and Valerie Plame as CIA, when he (Fine) knew that it was Undersecretary of State Marc Grossman that did so in 2001(2 years earlier), Fine said he'd rather not talk about it.

When pressed to deny that he allowed Comey to appoint Fitzgerald based on a lie, Fine declined to do so.

Here is what we know:

Inspector General Glenn Fine whose sole purpose was to make sure that officials at the Dept of Justice do not abuse the immense powers they've been granted, is not denying that he knowingly allowed officials to abuse that power.

Here is what we need to learn:

Why did Fine allow DoJ officials to break the law?

And, how many other acts of corruption and abuse of power did Glenn Fine allow during his ten year reign as Inspector General that began in Dec 2000?

If we allow the Dept. of Justice to be above the law, then what?

Much more on DoJ corruption to come.....

1Oct/130

Judith Miller blows the whistle on “Special Counsel” Patrick Fitzgerald

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

Judith Miller may be a reluctant whistleblower, however blowing the whistle on former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald is the only way to describe Miller's recent comments.

In a recent phone interview Miller was asked:

Q: Judith, you do know that Dick Armitage was not who outed Brewster Jennings & Associates as a CIA front?

A: Yes, a lot of people knew.

Q: So, you're aware of the fact Patrick Fitzgerald fabricated a reason to come after your source?

A: I'm... it's not that simple.

No, Judith it really is that simple.

As the interview with Miller proceeded, there was no disagreement on the fact that "Special Counsel" Patrick Fitzgerald knew Marc Grossman was the person who exposed Brewster Jennings and Valerie Plame as CIA in 2001. (two years before Armitage claimed he did)

And, that Fitzgerald had her (Miller) jailed on a false premise. (although she claims "it's complicated")

Miller also acknowledged that just confirmed FBI Director James B. Comey was involved in the deception. When the urgency of going public with what she knew about Fitzgerald and Comey was stressed, Miller replied "I am going to tell my story my way. I have earned the right."

Miller was pressed further on the fact that James Comey had not been sworn-in as FBI Director as of the time of the interview, and that it was important for her to go public with what she knows before he was.

Clearly that did not happen, and James Comey was sworn-in as FBI Director. However, Comey can be removed from his position for cause when the truth is made part of the official record.

And Judith, lets face it.

The best "shield law" a journalist could hope for is that the Dept. of Justice start following the laws that are already on the books. Your coming forward with the truth about Fitzgerald will go a long way to making that happen.

And, perhaps give the 1st Amendment a fighting chance to survive the all out war our government has waged against it.

More to follow