TopsecretK9 has provided a Libby Memo in Reply to the Government's Response to the Defendant's Third Motion to Compel Discovery which is reproduced here. TeamLibby makes some assertions that Patrick Fitzgerald may have difficulty in rebutting. In particular, the section concerning Grossman's recollections is very interesting.
Clarice Feldman offers insights as to the import of this memo at American Thinker. Her comments concerning Fitzgerald's tactics - particularly his use of newspaper articles as grand jury exhibits are also very intriguing. What does a newspaper article prove (aside from the 'fact' that a reporter found something of interest - at least to the reporter)?
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