It turns out there's another "Dick" implicated in the Plame case (besides Cheney): The No. 2 State Department official met with Washington P
August 21, 2006

It turns out there's another "Dick" implicated in the Plame case (besides Cheney):

The No. 2 State Department official met with Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in mid-June 2003, the same time the reporter has testified that an administration official talked to him about CIA employee Valerie Plame.

Valerie Plame Wilson and her attorneys are on it:

An attorney for the Wilsons said Tuesday that, based on the calendar, she was considering adding Armitage to a civil lawsuit accusing Vice President Dick Cheney and two White House aides of conspiring to reveal Plame's identity.

As Watergate fades into memory, Bob Woodward is fast becoming the only reporter in history who's more famous for what he hasn't reported than for what he has.

More, as they say, will be revealed.

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