Search This Blog

Thursday, July 14, 2005

There's a lot we don't know yet about the CIA flap

Unlike the grandstanding “hounds” of the MSM, Byron York is an investigative reporter who did what I though of doing yesterday, but he beat me to the punch. He made a list of things about the Wilson/Plame affair that we don’t’ know.

Read his list HERE.

And here is another question that I would like the answer to: After reading all that Wilson had to say about his “fact-finding” mission to Niger, exactly what did he do, who did he talk to or where did he go that could not have been accomplished with a few phone calls? According to Wilson, most of his time was spent talking with various government officials and drinking tea. Is this how the CIA or its agents learn the secret activities of other governments?

No comments: