What in the world is this about?
It's time to hold the special prosecutor accountable.
Wednesday, April 4, 2007 12:01 a.m.
For a prosecutor who claims to be a truth-seeker, Patrick Fitzgerald sure can be secretive. Even now that the Scooter Libby trial is over and his "leak" investigation is all but closed, the unaccountable special counsel wants to keep his arguments for creating a Constitutional showdown over reporters and their sources under lock and key.
Okay, this is two days in a row I'm boggled. What is Fitzgerald covering up? I thought all those papers are kept sealed at the prosecutors discretion? 'Cause if that is NOT the way it is, someone better get working on getting Rove, Armitage etc Grand Jury transcripts.
I just don't understand what the WSJ is inferring.