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January 31, 2007
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller departs a federal courthouse after testifying in the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller departs a federal courthouse after testifying in the...
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller departs a federal courthouse after testifying in the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney in Washington, January 31, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
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January 31, 2007
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (R) and her lawyer Robert Bennett (L) evade questions...
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Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller and her lawyer Robert Bennett depart a federal courthouse...
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (R) and her lawyer Robert Bennett (L) evade questions from reporters as they depart a federal courthouse after testifying in the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney in Washington, January 31, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
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January 31, 2007
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (2nd R) and her legal team, including lawyer Robert...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller and her legal team depart a federal courthouse after...
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (2nd R) and her legal team, including lawyer Robert Bennett (R), depart a federal courthouse after testifying in the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney in Washington, January 31, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME-LIBBY/
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January 31, 2007
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (R) and her lawyer Robert Bennett depart a federal...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times correspondent Miller and her lawyer depart a federal courthouse after testifying...
Former New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (R) and her lawyer Robert Bennett depart a federal courthouse after testifying in the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney in Washington, January 31, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) and her legal team leave the U.S. Federal Court after...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller leaves the U.S. Federal Court in Washington
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) and her legal team leave the U.S. Federal Court after testifying at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, in Washington January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller (L) and her legal team leave the U.S. Federal Court after...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller leaves the U.S. Federal Court in Washington
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller (L) and her legal team leave the U.S. Federal Court after testifying at the perjury trial of Lewis 'Scooter' Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, in Washington January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) and her legal team leave the U.S. Federal Court after...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller leaves the U.S. Federal Court in Washington
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) and her legal team leave the U.S. Federal Court after testifying at the perjury trial of Lewis 'Scooter' Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, in Washington January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, with with lawyer attorney Bob Bennett at the U.S. Federal Court in Washington January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, with with lawyer attorney Bob Bennett at the U.S. Federal Court in Washington January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, at the U.S. Federal Court in Washington, January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
CIA-LEAK-LIBBY
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January 30, 2007
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter"...
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller arrives to testify at the perjury trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, at the U.S. Federal Court in Washington January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
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USA
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November 16, 2005
Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield...
New York, UNITED STATES
Journalist Judith Miller speaks at the first Open Source Media conference in New York
Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield laws during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005. The conference, which had Miller as the keynote speaker, features discussions on the future of blogging and journalism. Open Source Media is a new online media company that brings together online journalists, commentators and bloggers to foster open exchange and discussion. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout
BLOGGERS CONFERENCE
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November 16, 2005
Journalist Judith Miller (L) formerly of the New York Times, and co-founder of Open Source Media, Roger...
New York, United Kingdom
Journalist Judith Miller and Roger Simon take questions at the first Open Source Media conference in...
Journalist Judith Miller (L) formerly of the New York Times, and co-founder of Open Source Media, Roger Simon, take questions during the Open Source Media conference in New York City on November 16, 2005. The conference, which had Miller as the keynote speaker, features discussions on the future of blogging and journalism. Open Source Media is a new online media company that brings together online journalists, commentators and bloggers to foster open exchange and discussion. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout
BLOGGERS CONFERENCE
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November 16, 2005
A panel of journalists and bloggers talk about the future and interaction of their media during the Open...
New York, UNITED STATES
Panel of journalists and bloggers talk about future and interaction of their media during the Open Source...
A panel of journalists and bloggers talk about the future and interaction of their media during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005. The conference, with journalist Judith Miller as the keynote speaker, features discussions on the future of blogging and journalism. Open Source Media is a new online media company that brings together online journalists, commentators and bloggers to foster open exchange and discussion. Pictured from left to right: Claudia Rosett, Richard Fernandez, David Corn, John Podhoretz and Larry Kudlow. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout
USA
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November 16, 2005
Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield...
New York, UNITED STATES
Journalist Judith Miller speaks at the first Open Source Media conference in New York
Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield laws during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005. The conference, which had Miller as the keynote speaker, features discussions on the future of blogging and journalism. Open Source Media is a new online media company that brings together online journalists, commentators and bloggers to foster open exchange and discussion. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout
USA
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November 16, 2005
Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield...
New York, UNITED STATES
Journalist Judith Miller speaks at the first Open Source Media conference in New York
Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield laws during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005. The conference, which had Miller as the keynote speaker, features discussions on the future of blogging and journalism. Open Source Media is a new online media company that brings together online journalists, commentators and bloggers to foster open exchange and discussion. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout
BLOGGERS CONFERENCE
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November 16, 2005
(L-R) Writer Elizabeth Hayt, blogger Kim Weinstein and blogger Kristen Kelly talk about blogging and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Writers and bloggers speak at first Open Source Media conference in New York
(L-R) Writer Elizabeth Hayt, blogger Kim Weinstein and blogger Kristen Kelly talk about blogging and journalism during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005. The conference, with journalist Judith Miller as the keynote speaker, features discussions on the future of blogging and journalism. Open Source Media is a new online media company that brings together online journalists, commentators and bloggers to foster open exchange and discussion. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout
BUSH LEAK REPORTER
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November 11, 2005
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks about the CIA leak story during a discussion at the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Miller speaks about CIA leak story in Washington
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks about the CIA leak story during a discussion at the National Press Club in Washington, November 11, 2005. Miller, a Pulitzer-prize winner who worked at the paper for 28 years and went to jail for 85 days rather than name her source in the CIA leak case, recently retired from the paper. REUTERS/Jim Young
MEDIA MILLER
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November 11, 2005
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to comments about the CIA leak story during a discussion...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Miller listens to comments about CIA leak story in Washington
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to comments about the CIA leak story during a discussion at the National Press Club in Washington November 11, 2005. Miller, a Pulitzer-prize winner who worked at the paper for 28 years and went to jail for 85 days rather than name her source in the CIA leak case, recently retired from the paper. REUTERS/Jim Young Pictures of the Month November 2005
BUSH LEAK REPORTER
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November 11, 2005
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to comments about the CIA leak story during a discussion...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former New York Times reporter Miller listens to comments about CIA leak story in Washington
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to comments about the CIA leak story during a discussion at the National Press Club in Washington November 11, 2005. Miller, a Pulitzer-prize winner who worked at the paper for 28 years and went to jail for 85 days rather than name her source in the CIA leak case, recently retired from the paper. REUTERS/Jim Young
MILLER
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October 19, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to proceedings during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing...
Washington, USA
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to proceedings during a Senate Judiciary Committee hea.....
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to proceedings during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on reporters' privilege legislation on Capitol Hill October 19, 2005. [Miller was jailed 85 days for refusing to testify about her conversations with Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff regarding undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame.]
PLAME
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October 19, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to other panellists speak during a Senate Judiciary Committee...
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Judith Miller listens during a hearing on Capitol Hill
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to other panellists speak during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on reporters' privilege legislation on Capitol Hill, October 19, 2005. Miller was jailed 85 days for refusing to testify about her conversations with Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff regarding undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
PLAME
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October 19, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller takes her seat to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee...
Washington, USA
Judith Miller testifies before a Senate hearing on reporters' privilege legislation on Capitol Hill in...
New York Times reporter Judith Miller takes her seat to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on reporters' privilege legislation on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 19, 2005. Miller was jailed 85 days for refusing to testify about her conversations with Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff regarding undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
PLAME
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October 19, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to proceedings during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing...
Washington, USA
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens during a hearing on Capitol Hill
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to proceedings during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on reporters' privilege legislation on Capitol Hill October 19, 2005. Miller was jailed 85 days for refusing to testify about her conversations with Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff regarding undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
MILLER
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October 18, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to a panel discussion during the Society of Professional...
Las Vegas, USA
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to a panel discussion during the Society of Profession.....
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to a panel discussion during the Society of Professional Journalists national convention at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas October 18, 2005. [Miller was jailed for 85 days after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating a leak that named Valerie Plame as a CIA agent.]
USA
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October 18, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks on a panel discussion during the Society of Professional...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Judith Miller speaks to members of the Society of Professional Journalists in Las Vegas
New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks on a panel discussion during the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) national convention at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas October 18, 2005. SPJ attorney Bruce Sanford listens at right. Miller was jailed for 85 days after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating a leak that named Valerie Plame as a CIA agent. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
USA
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October 18, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) listens to Newsday reporter Patricia Hurtado while on a panel...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Reporter Judith Miller listens on a panel during Society of Professional Journalists national convention...
New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) listens to Newsday reporter Patricia Hurtado while on a panel discussion during the Society of Professional Journalists national convention at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada, October 18, 2005. Associated Press reporter Josef Hebert (L) and attorney Bruce Sanford (R) also served on the panel. Miller was jailed for 85 days after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating a leak that named Valerie Plame as a CIA agent. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
USA
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October 18, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to a panel discussion during the Society of Professional...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Judith Miller listens to a panel discussion during Society of Professional Journalists national convention...
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to a panel discussion during the Society of Professional Journalists national convention at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas October 18, 2005. Miller was jailed for 85 days after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating a leak that named Valerie Plame as a CIA agent. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
USA
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October 18, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks during a panel discussion during the Society of Professional...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Judith Miller speaks to members of the Society of Professional Journalists in Las Vegas
New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks during a panel discussion during the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) national convention at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas October 18, 2005. Miller was jailed for 85 days after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating a leak that named Valerie Plame as a CIA agent. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
BUSH LEAK
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October 12, 2005
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald enters the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., October...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald enters the US Federal Courthouse in Washington, DC
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald enters the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2005. New York Times reporter Judith Miller will testify for the second time before the federal grand jury about her source, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia
BUSH LEAK
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October 12, 2005
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald (R) enters the U.S. Federal Courthouse with an unidentified colleague...
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Federal Prosecutor Fitzgerald enters the US Federal Courthouse in Washington, DC
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald (R) enters the U.S. Federal Courthouse with an unidentified colleague in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2005. New York Times reporter Judith Miller will testify for the second time before the federal grand jury about her source, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia
BUSH LEAK
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October 12, 2005
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald departs the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., October...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald departs US Federal Courthouse in Washington
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald departs the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2005. The New York Times reporter Judith Miller, under pressure to explain a previously undisclosed conversation with a top aide to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, made a second appearance on Wednesday before the federal grant jury investigating the leak of a CIA operative's identity. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia
BUSH LEAK
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October 12, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., October...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Judith Miller leaves US Federal Courthouse in Washington
New York Times reporter Judith Miller leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2005. Miller, under pressure to explain a previously undisclosed conversation with a top aide to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, made a second appearance on Wednesday before the federal grant jury investigating the leak of a CIA operative's identity. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia
BUSH LEAK
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October 12, 2005
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald (L) enters the U.S. Federal Courthouse with an unidentified colleague...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald enters US Federal Courthouse in Washington, DC
Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald (L) enters the U.S. Federal Courthouse with an unidentified colleague in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2005. New York Times reporter Judith Miller will testify for the second time before the federal grand jury about her source, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia
BUSH LEAK
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October 11, 2005
U.S. Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald walks to his office in Washington October 11, 2005. Fitzgerald,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald walks to his office in Washington
U.S. Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald walks to his office in Washington October 11, 2005. Fitzgerald, the chief prosecutor in the CIA leak case, was due to meet Tuesday with New York Times reporter Judith Miller during investigations into whether anyone in the Bush administration illegally disclosed the identity of a CIA operative. REUTERS/Jason Reed
BUSH LEAK MILLER
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September 30, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks outside the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington D.C....
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Miller speaks outside US Federal District Court in Washington
New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks outside the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington D.C. September 30, 2005. Miller testified before a grand jury investigating the leak of CIA information on Friday and said she hoped her nearly three months in jail would lead to a federal law shielding journalists. REUTERS/Micah Walter
BUSH LEAK MILLER
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September 30, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller (R) walks out of the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks out of US Federal District Court in Washington
New York Times reporter Judith Miller (R) walks out of the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington D.C. with New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. September 30, 2005. Miller testified before a grand jury investigating the leak of CIA information on Friday and said she hoped her nearly three months in jail would lead to a federal law shielding journalists. REUTERS/Micah Walter
BUSH LEAK MILLER
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September 30, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) talks to reporters outside the U.S. Federal District Court...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Judith Miller talks to reporters outside US Federal District Court in Washington...
New York Times reporter Judith Miller (C) talks to reporters outside the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington D.C. September 30, 2005, as her attorney Floyd Abrams (2nd L) and New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. (L) listen. Miller testified before a grand jury investigating the leak of CIA information on Friday and said she hoped her nearly three months in jail would lead to a federal law shielding journalists. REUTERS/Micah Walter
BUSH LEAK MILLER
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September 30, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller talks to reporters outside the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Miller talks to reporters outside US Federal District Court in Washington
New York Times reporter Judith Miller talks to reporters outside the U.S. Federal District Court in Washington D.C. September 30, 2005. Miller testified before a grand jury investigating the leak of CIA information on Friday and said she hoped her nearly three months in jail would lead to a federal law shielding journalists. REUTERS/Micah Walter
MEDIA LEAK CONGRESS
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July 20, 2005
A basket of notes for jailed New York Times reporter Judith Miller sits on the reception desk at the...
Washington, United Kingdom
A basket of notes for jailed New York Times reporter Judith Miller sits on the reception desk at the...
A basket of notes for jailed New York Times reporter Judith Miller sits on the reception desk at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. A basket of notes for jailed New York Times reporter Judith Miller sits on the reception desk at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., July 20, 2005. Miller has been held since July 6, 2005 for refusing to name her source to a grand jury investigating the leak of the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
COOPER
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper leaves the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005....
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Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper leaves the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2.....
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper leaves the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. [Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. ]
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (R) talks to the press next to his lawyer Richard Sauber outside...
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Time magazine reporter Cooper talks to press after testifying in court in Washington.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (R) talks to the press next to his lawyer Richard Sauber outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper had testified at a scheduled hearing on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. New York Times reporter Judith Miller was jailed on Wednesday after she said she could not break her promise and reveal her confidential source to a grand jury investigating who in the Bush administration leaked a covert CIA operative's name to the media. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to press after testifying in court in Washington.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK RIGHTS
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July 06, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards U.S. federal district court in Washington, July 6,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Judith Miller enters federal district court in Washington.
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards U.S. federal district court in Washington, July 6, 2005, for a scheduled hearing on her refusal to provide the identity of her confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Miller was jailed on Wednesday after she said she could not break her promise and reveal her confidential source to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the media. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/SA
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards the U.S. federal district court in Washington, July...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Miller enters federal district court in Washington.
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards the U.S. federal district court in Washington, July 6, 2005. Miller was attending a scheduled hearing on her refusal to provide the identity of her confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper leaves the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time magazine reporter Cooper leaves US federal district court in Washington.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper leaves the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to press after testifying in court.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (upper R) talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to press after testifying in court.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (upper R) talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time Magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to press after testifying in court.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper talks to the press outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Jeff Z Klein, an editor at The New York Times, gathers with fellow employees outside the newspaper's...
New York, USA
New York Times employees outside office in support of reporter Judith Miller.
Jeff Z Klein, an editor at The New York Times, gathers with fellow employees outside the newspaper's editorial offices in New York July 6, 2005. Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller had refused to provide the identity of their confidential source who had revealed a CIA officer's identity. Federal prosecutor Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said on Tuesday Cooper and Miller should be jailed for refusing to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards the U.S. federal district court in Washington, July...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New York Times reporter Miller enters federal district court in Washington.
New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards the U.S. federal district court in Washington, July 6, 2005. Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper had refused to provide the identity of their confidential source who had revealed a CIA officer's identity. Federal prosecutor Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said on Tuesday Cooper and Miller should be jailed for refusing to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (2nd R) walks with his wife Mandy Grunwald (R) towards the U.S....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time Magazine reporter Cooper enters federal district court in Washington.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (2nd R) walks with his wife Mandy Grunwald (R) towards the U.S. federal district court in Washington July 6, 2005. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller had refused to provide the identity of their confidential source who had revealed a CIA officer's identity. Federal prosecutor Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said on Tuesday Cooper and Miller should be jailed for refusing to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Editorial employees of The New York Times hold signs as they gather outside the newspaper's editorial...
New York, USA
New York Times employees outside office in support of reporter Judith Miller, New York.
Editorial employees of The New York Times hold signs as they gather outside the newspaper's editorial offices in New York July 6, 2005. Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller had refused to provide the identity of their confidential source who had revealed a CIA officer's identity. Federal prosecutor Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said on Tuesday Cooper and Miller should be jailed for refusing to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/DY
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
New York Times employees stand outside the newspaper's editorial offices in New York July 6, 2005. Time...
New York, USA
New York Times employees stand outside newspaper's editorial offices in New York.
New York Times employees stand outside the newspaper's editorial offices in New York July 6, 2005. Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller had refused to provide the identity of their confidential source who had revealed a CIA officer's identity. Federal prosecutor Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said on Tuesday Cooper and Miller should be jailed for refusing to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/DY
MEDIA LEAK RIGHTS
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July 06, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (L) walks towards U.S. federal district court in Washington with...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Time Magazine reporter Matthew Cooper enters federal district court in Washington.
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper (L) walks towards U.S. federal district court in Washington with his wife, Mandy Grunwald, July 6, 2005. Cooper attended a hearing on Wednesday on his refusal to provide the identity of his confidential sources to a prosecutor investigating the Bush administration's leak of a CIA officer's identity. Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller face possible jail time if they continue to refuse to comply with an order to divulge their source for the story. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DL
MEDIA LEAK
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July 06, 2005
Members of The Newspaper Guild and Communications Workers of America protest in front of the press against...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Media guild members protest outside US federal district court in Washington.
Members of The Newspaper Guild and Communications Workers of America protest in front of the press against the threatened jailing of two reporters, outside the U.S. federal district court in Washington, July 6, 2005. Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper and New York Times reporter Judith Miller had refused to provide the identity of their confidential source who had revealed a CIA officer's identity. Federal prosecutor Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said on Tuesday Cooper and Miller should be jailed for refusing to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/DY
BUSH LEAK
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July 01, 2005
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) and his Chief of Staff Lewis "Scooter" Libby (R) walk out of the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
File picture shows US Vice President Cheney walking with his Chief of Staff Lewis Libby in Washington...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) and his Chief of Staff Lewis "Scooter" Libby (R) walk out of the Oval Office of the White House after a meeting in this July 1, 2005, file picture. After being locked up in jail for nearly three months, New York Times reporter Judith Miller was released on Thursday after agreeing to testify before a grand jury investigating who in the Bush administration leaked a covert CIA operative's name. Miller said in a statement issued by the newspaper she was freed after her source -- identified by the Times as Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis Libby -- "voluntarily and personally released me from my promise of confidentiality regarding our conversations." REUTERS/Jason Reed
COOPER
RTXNKXT
June 29, 2005
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper appears outside the Federal Court in Washington June 29, 2005....
Washington, USA
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper appears outside the Federal Court in Washington June 29, 2005......
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper appears outside the Federal Court in Washington June 29, 2005. The U.S. Supreme Court on June 27, 2005 rejected an appeal by Cooper and New York Times correspondent [Judith Miller] who argued that they should not have to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak by government officials of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media.
USA JOURNALISTS
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June 29, 2005
New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (C) walks with members of her legal team from the Federal...
Washington, USA
New York Times correspondent Judith Miller leaves the Federal Court in Washington.
New York Times correspondent Judith Miller (C) walks with members of her legal team from the Federal Court in Washington June 29, 2005. The U.S. Supreme Court on June 27, 2005 rejected an appeal by Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper who argued that they should not have to reveal their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating the leak by government officials of a covert CIA operative's name to the news media. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/TC
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