Joe Wilson and William Jefferson?

Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Clarice Feldman @ American Thinker: "Many other figures, some of them quite prominent, are likely to turn up as players in the temporarily suspended probe. Independent citizen-investigators, posting at such websites as Just One Minute, Macsmind, and Free Republic, have been poring over publicly-available documents and reports, in search of clues as to the identities of those as yet unnamed in the Jefferson investigation.

Few people outside these internet circles realize that one of those names may be Joseph C. Wilson IV."

6 comments:

Buddy Larsen said...

Well, while we're regarding this, why are the Dems so against having a non-cabanaboy of their own (AKA Bolton)anywhere near the UN?

David Thomson said...

The odds are at least 50/50 that Clarice Feldman is onto something. What are the chances of a major Democratic Party scandal before the November elections? I will bet a hundred dollars, that in the near future, the Dems are going to wish they had never heard of Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame.

There is something else that nobody talks about: the Dubai World Ports controversy. As far as I can tell the operating rights to the American ports have not been sold! The Dubai government is apparently still running the show. It is my hunch that the Clinton people have perhaps worked out a tacit agreement with major Republicans to cut Dubai a lot of slack. I candidly agree with this approach---but it still strange how this matter has dropped off the radar screen.

brylun said...

The more I read about Joe Wilson the more I wonder about him.

Clarice is right that August 27th is coming soon. My bet is that the Appellate Court will uphold Judge Hogan, but look for a request for certiorari at the Supreme Court to delay the release of these documents past the November election.

CF said...

Judge Hogan denied a stay pending appeal. The August 27 date is a DoJ accommodation. I 'd be surprised if they extended it further. It is a meritless case.

Luther McLeod said...

Apologies for cynicism, but since when are appellant decisions based on tried and true law. Merit less is in the eye of the beholder, is it not? Much give and take there.

vnjagvet said...

Does anyone know who is on the DC CIR panel considering the appeal?