The New York Times gave Judith Miller 3,454 words in Sunday's paper to defend her actions in the Valerie Plame affair. But we hear Miller didn't appreciate the scourging she got in an accompanying 5,805-word analysis of "The Miller Case." We're told that colleagues heard Miller and executive editor Bill Keller screaming at each other in the hours before the story went to bed. (A Times spokeswoman declined to comment on whether Miller and Keller had traded words.)...read on
Judy didn't appreciate the criticism. Poor Judy, it seems she was angrier at Kellor of the Times than at Libby, her Aspen wonder-boy. The article goes on to say that the two had big difference in 03' over her reporting in Iraq.