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November 9, 2005

Bye Bye, Judith

Breaking story from Reuters:

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Times reporter Judith Miller, a journalist at the center of the CIA leak controversy that led to the indictment of a White House aide, will leave the paper, the New York Times said on Wednesday.

Miller's lawyers and the paper negotiated a severance package, the terms of which were not disclosed. As part of the agreement, the paper will publish a letter from Miller explaining her position, The Times said on its Web site.
Sheesh, New York Times. Here's your chance to make a clean break and regain your reputation and what do you do? You give Ms. Judith the last word. I wonder what convoluted cover story she comes up with this time.

As for Ms. Judith, she'll now have some quality hang time with her visiting friend, Ahmad Chalabi.

posted at 1:30 PM by Wonky Muse

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