CIA LETTER: DOJ Ignored CIA Leak Investigation Request For 67 Days!

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Congressional Dems Request 'Investigation' Investigation on '12-Hour Gap' and '67-Day Gap'!
(Includes Copy of Original CIA Letter)

Many are now speaking of the '12-Hour Gap' between the time White House Counsel Alberto Gonzalez was told by the Department of Justice about the official investigation into the unprecedented outting of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame and the time he "officially" notified the White House to preserve all documents relating to the investigation. (He told Chief of Staff, Andrew Card the night before.) Yesterday it was revealed that, in fact, the White House likely had a full '3-and-a-Half Day Headsup' since MSNBC reported on the matter a full 84 hours before Gonzalez gave "official" notice to the White House.

But Tuesday, however, we were reminded, vis a vis a letter from several Judiciary Committee Democrats, that the DoJ had actually spent a total of 67 days before answering the official CIA request for an investigation into the matter!...Read on...


Is Terrorism Against White People More Newsworthy?   Blogenlust

In terms of newsworthiness, is terrorism against white people really more important than terrorism against people in the Middle East?

It's not a silly question, because Soledad O'Brien is currently reporting from London, asking questions of Londoners like, "How do you feel?", "How has your life changed?", and "What does this mean for us?"

She's not, of course, asking the same questions of the people of Sharm al-Sheikh or
Yesterday it was revealed that, in fact, the White House likely had a full '3-and-a-Half Day Headsup' since MSNBC reported on the matter a full 84 hours before Gonzalez gave "official" notice to the White House.

But Tuesday, however, we were reminded, vis a vis a letter from several Judiciary Committee Democrats, that the DoJ had actually spent a total of 67 days before answering the official CIA request for an investigation into the matter!...Read on...


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