waynemadsenreport.comif Fitzgerald delivers indictments against senior White HouFri Oct 14, 2005 21:0126.96.36.199The word inside the Beltway is that if Fitzgerald delivers indictments against senior White House officials, he will face unspecified "consequences."
October 14, 2005 -- To all those who have been kind with their support for this site, thanks again so much! Now, let me report to you what I discovered prowling Washington last night on the CIA Leakgate story, the "October Surprise" scandal that threatens the survival of the G.W. Bush/Cheney administration.
Political insiders tracking this scandal are reporting that the GOP and neo-con political machines, which have also targeted Travis County, Texas, District Attorney Ronnie Earle in retaliation for his indictments of Tom DeLay and other Texas GOP operatives, are also setting their sights on CIA Leakgate special prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald.
For an example of this new strategy of attacking Fitzgerald, see this Washington Post OP-ED piece by Richard Cohen.
The word inside the Beltway is that if Fitzgerald delivers indictments against senior White House officials, he will face unspecified "consequences."
"It's a sign of desperation on the part of the White House and Karl Rove's machine," said one individual familiar with the case. Another informed observer pointed out that Fitzgerald "is the last guy the White House would want to threaten with retaliation."
This morning, Rove testified for the fourth time before the grand jury investigating the CIA leak and the associated conspiracy to obstruct justice by the White House Iraq Group (WHIG). There are reports that former Secretary of State Colin Powell provided the grand jury with a mother lode of evidence on the role of the WHIG in its conspiracy against Valerie Plame Wilson, Ambassador Joseph Wilson, and the lies and forgeries used to lay the groundwork for the war against Iraq.
Legal experts believe that with political pressure being brought to bear on his investigation, it is in Fitzgerald's interest to issue any indictments as soon as possible and not request an extension for the grand jury, which is due to adjourn on October 28.
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