As if we didn’t know this all along, today’s New York Sun;
Contrary to published reports, a
at the center of the investigation
into the leak of the name of a CIA
operative, Valerie Plame, appears
to offer no particular indication
that Ms. Plame’s role at the
agency was classified or covert……
The memo, drafted by the then head of the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research and addressed to the then secretary of state, Colin Powell, was carried aboard Air Force One as President Bush departed for Africa in July 2003. A declassified version of the document was obtained by The New York Sun on Saturday.
There was never a story here just another left wing seditious canard to discredit and distract the President, and deceive the American people at one of the most dangerous junctures in American history. The Democrats, party of seditionists.
One attachment to the memo consists of typewritten notes a State Department representative took at a February 19, 2002, meeting where sending Mr. Wilson to Niger was discussed. “Meeting apparently convened byValerie Wilson, a CIA WMD managerial type and the wife of Amb. Joe Wilson, with the idea that the agency and the larger USG could dispatch Joe to Niger to use his contacts there to sort out the Niger/Iraq uranium sale question,” an American diplomat serving as the west and southern Africa division chief in the State Department’s intelligence and research bureau, Douglas Rohn, wrote.
Mr. Wilson told the Sun yesterday that the State Department’s account of how his trip was arranged was “absolutely inaccurate.”
Oh yeah I’m sure. Hey Joe your brain is "absolutely inaccurate." Tool.
Mr. Wilson acknowledged that his wife drafted a memo describing his previous involvement with Niger, but he said she did so at the request of her supervisor. A Senate Intelligence Committee report issued in July 2004 said Ms. Plame “suggested his name for the trip.”
A cable attached to the key memoranda indicates that on September 10, 2001, one day before the terrorist attacks on America, Prime Minister Amadou of Niger told embassy officials “that there were buyers like Iraq who would pay more for Niger’s uranium than France.”The cable also said American officials received “frequent leadpipe guarantees by the French ambassador here that no uranium diversion to rogue states is possible.”A Senate report discussed the alleged comment from Mr. Amadou, but did not give the exact date. Story here
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