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Libby Trial #850102

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 20, 2007
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(Studio: John Berman) The trial of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby for his role in the outing of a CIA agent introduced; charges outlined on screen.

(Washington: Laura Marquez) The juicy plot behind the Libby trial in Washington, DC, reviewed; details given about witnesses Vice President Dick Cheney, NBC's Tim Russert & the "Washington Post"'s Bob Woodward & then-CIA agent Valerie Plame & her husband, former ambassador Joe Wilson, who had criticized the administration about Iraq. [Georgetown University law professor Jonathan TURLEY†- says this is "organized sport"; notes the link to the war in Iraq.] ["Washingtonian" magazine Harry JAFFE†- says it's about power, politics & the media.] [January 28, 2003, President BUSH - says Iraq sought uranium from Africa.]

Berman, John;
Marquez, Laura

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