Monday, May 22, 2006

To Rove, Or Not To Rove, That Is the Indictment

The politically left-leaning blog has reported "that attorneys for Karl Rove were handed an indictment either late in the night of May 12 or early in the morning of May 13" but that "the office of Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald will not confirm, will not deny, will not comment on its investigation or on's report."

The current speculation is that "Rove may be turning state's evidence," and that "that the scope of Fitzgerald's investigation may have broadened."

Is Vice President Cheney now in the cross hairs of the special prosecutor's investigation? Will the mystery behind the individuals and events directly related to the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame ever be solved? Will the public ever learn about what really happened? All these questions reminds me of the old TV cartoon show The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle. Tune in next week to find out if Boris and Natasha had a threesome with Dick.


Blogger ITscout said...

Apparently got it wrong. Karl Rove's lawyer told reporters that special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald had sent him a letter stating that Rove would not be indicted in the CIA leak case (see Karl Rove Escapes Prosecution).

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