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The Libby Trial

The New York Times on the testimony yesterday by its former reporter, Judy Miller, who spent 85 days in jail for originally refusing to reveal her sources: "In her more than two hours on the stand, Ms. Miller became the focal point for an intense drama involving three people in the room: herself, Mr. Fitzpatrick and Mr. Libby.  As she provided the testimony that was most damaging to Mr. Libby, he sat almost motionless in his chair about 20 feet away and stared at her."   

The Washington Post's Kurtz: "Throughout the afternoon, an unspoken question hung in the air: What do journalists give up when they agree to protect high officials in exchange for juicy information?"