Ray McGovern points out quite good evidence that indicates Bolton may have been the one who got the Niger falsehoods inserted into the State of the Union address. Now who would be more motivated to whack Wilson in July 2004 when he goes public with this fiasco?
TIME– Last time I heard, Carl Ford (the one who gave the withering testimony about Bolton in the confirmation hearings) was still “unreachable on vacation in the Ozarks.” Let’s hope he stays safe.
Apparently under the new “struggle against violent extremism” it is OK to impersonate a Secret Service Officer, or Treasury Police as they are officially known.
An editorial that takes a stand.
He in fact was interviewed as part of the original go-nowhere Inspector General investigation by the CIA and State Dept. jointly into the Niger-Plame affair. Earlier today even, the State Dept. said he had not been interviewed, then reversed itself. Why? Because someone from Joe Biden’s staff just directly asked the Inspector General, who contradictedt […]
New York Times – now the Pentagon and CIA both have people getting it on the record that they disagreed with Bush all along, and refuse to cover for his mistakes.