New Libby Filing Demands Release of Documents Related to Iraq Intel

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on April 13, 2006

Another update on U.S. v. Libby, via FindLaw:

  • “‘Scooter’ Libby’s defense attorneys charge that prosecutors refuse to turnover relevant discovery materials for his criminal defense, and that public interest shows “that this case is factually complex and that the government’s notion that it involves only Mr. Libby and (the office of the vice president) is a fairy tale.”"
  • The Court orders a hearing to decide what, if anything, should be done about alleged statements by prosecutors and defense attorneys to the media.”
  • “Prosecutors reveal that ‘Scooter’ Libby told a grand jury that Vice-President Cheney said that Bush “specifically had authorized [Libby] to disclose certain [intelligence] information” about the war in Iraq,” thereby sanctioning an intelligence leak.”
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