Monday, July 18, 2005

Guilty or not Guilty

No doubt you have heard numerous stories from the MSM about Karl Rove, the slant being that Rove is guilty of "outing" a covert CIA agent.

Yet at the same time they are all in agreement that no crime was commited.

The story they're not telling is in a friend-of-the-court brief filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of thirty-six news organizations including, but not limited to, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, AP, Newsweek, Reuters America, the Washington Post, the Los Angelas Times, the Baltimore Sun and the New York Times.

From Section B of the brief.

There Is Ample Evidence On The Public Record To Cast Considerable Doubt That A Crime Has Been Committed

1. The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982 Was Narrowly Drafted To Ensure that Only Specific Actions Under Specific Circumstances Would Support a Finding of Criminality.

This is amazing! When the MSM talks to it's audience, Karl Rove is cast as a criminal. But when they talk to the court, no crime was committed.

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