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  1. rrrennie says

    just sent you a link for a beautiful photo submission of nature meets architecture as art — mies bathes with piet and gaia…..the link photo has been replaced with brawling. too bad.

  2. says

    i sooooo hope that article about the indictments is true. how ironic for the repubs to get caught on perjury and then say it’s a minor thing while they impeached clinton for it.

  3. Jay Croce says

    It seems that a lot of people, including Valerie’s friends and neighbors, knew she worked for the CIA. How many people knew she was doing “undercover” work for the agency?

    It is not illegal for anyone to discuss the identity of a CIA employee, unless they know that the employee is working “undercover”.

    It is also not illegal for someone who knows that a CIA employee is working undercover, to talk to another person about that employee, if the person they are speaking to has a security clearance that allows them to hear that information.

    To violate the law in question, a person has to intentionally expose the identity of a person that they know is an undercover CIA operative.

    It seems like it might be a difficult case to prove, since it requires proving both intent, and prior knowledge.

  4. Jay Croce says

    “Even a modestly competent district attorney can get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich.”

    Former Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals Sol Wachtler in 1985

  5. Jay Croce says

    “Even a modestly competent district attorney can get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich.”

    Former Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals Sol Wachtler in 1985

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