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Saturday, August 26, 2006

Outed by Google

U.S. District Judge John D. Bates has denied the request of Valerie Plame and Joseph Wilson to be relieved of the requirements of the local rule that obliges inclusion of their home address as part of court filings. Plame and Wilson have asserted claims against various current and former Bush Administration officials.

In denying the requested relief, Judge Bates remarked: "[T]he implicit premise of plaintiffs' motion -- that their residential address is confidential -- is questionable. In less than thirty minutes, the Court was able to ascertain plaintiffs' residential address from multiple publicly available sources, including a database of federal government records."

Blogger Sloanasaurus said...

I still am having a hard time believing that Fitzgerald is not a partisan Democrat. News was released this weekend that Richard Armitage was the one who "leaked" Plame's name to Novak. Yet, Fitzgerald continued to pursue the case in the whitehouse. What was he looking for?

9:06 AM, August 28, 2006  

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