Rove/Plame: Hurry up and wait
's going back to the grand jury--but not today. "A source close to Rove said Bush's chief political adviser and his legal team are now genuinely concerned he could face charges," write Leonnig and Vandenhei in the WashPost. "As recently as a week ago, people familiar with Rove's role in the affair said they believed he was in the clear because, after Time magazine reporter Matt Cooper testified in July about his conversation with Rove, Rove had not heard back from Fitzgerald."
Sources at the NYT confirm that Patrick Fitzgerald says he's not done with Judith Miller. Is this just about Libby, or is the door still open to tossing her in jail again for her silence on other dimensions of the case? Let's hope so!
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