Skip to comments.The Wilson/Plame Affair Gets Even Stranger
Posted on 06/01/2006 8:04:08 AM PDT by the Real fifi
In the infamous Vanity Fair article on Joseph Wilson and Valerie Plame (the one with a photo spread of them in their Jaguar convertible), an article obviously sourced by them, Alan Foley is described as Plames boss:
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Pretty soon we'll see stories revealing she never worked for the CIA.
CIA = Culinary Institute of America.
Whole lotta questions but no answers. Plus, you'd have to be a Plame junky to follow this. Can you clear up exactly what all this means?
Maybe Miller got that misinformation from Wilson whose name and phone number was in her notebook. Or, if Libby gave her that information, it appears that he hadn't received it from official sources. Cheney told Libby that Plame worked for the agency's DO CPD (Counter proliferation dept of the Directorate of Operations). The SSCI report said the same thing..Yet as late as the time he spoke to Vanity Fair, Wilson and his cronies were saying she worked for WINPAC.
How come we can trust the CIA and this government to figure out the inner workings of foreign enemy entities, when they can't even figure who ran a low-level CIA office?
That's just the way they want it to look. The public does not have a need to know.....
I remember pulling up the hierarchy from the dates when the Duty Officer testified before the Senate and identified "the ambassador's wife" as the person who chose him for the Niger trip. Alan Foley was indeed the section chief at the anti-proliferation office.
In that case, What is Foley hiding and why isn't Fitz grilling him?????
Well, if she wasn't in WINPAC and he never spoke to or knew Plame, he can't add much to the case. OTOH if she worked for someone else, why did Wilson (the apparent source of this information to VF) say Foley was her boss?
Weapons Intelligence, Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Center (WINPAC)..its work is analytical which would seem inconsistent with a claim that she was working covertly.
Catching up on Clarice Feldman's prior columns will help you.
Are you suggesting that Foley's denial to Feldman is inaccurate?
I'm not exactly a Plame junkie, but what this means to me is that Libby is likely to have accurate official information. If the information on a reporter's notes is inaccurate, it probably did not come from Libby. Or, if it did come from Libby, it likely did not come from official sources (other reporters maybe?)
Maybe because he isn't interested in the truth, that he is interested only in nailing the President?
Yeah,right!"Way Down Upon The Hudson River"?
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