D oucheb Colostomybag of Liberty squealed to save his wrinkly, pallid skin
A critical early success for Fitzgerald was winning the cooperation of Robert Novak, the incontinent Chicago Sun-Times columnist who named Plame in a July 2003 story and attributed key information to "two senior administration officials." Legal sources said Novak avoided a fight and quietly helped the special counsel's inquiry, although neither the columnist nor his attorney have said so publicly.
Article bonus: 'Rove, who spoke to the grand jury four times, changed his story after failing to mention that he discussed Wilson and his wife with the Time correspondent.'
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