Bill Keller: “But if I had known the details of Judy’s entanglement with Libby, I’d have been more careful in how the paper articulated its defense, and perhaps more willing than I had been to support efforts aimed at exploring compromises.”
Judith Miller: “I am gratified that Bill Keller, The Times executive editor, has finally clarified remarks made by him that were unsupported by fact and personally distressing.”
Pinch on Charlie Rose tonight (sorry no Drudge linky):
Arthur Sulzberger: [T]he truth is, this is the right time. She’s become too entangled with the story. She knew it. We knew it.
Charlie Rose: What does “too entangled” mean?
Arthur Sulzberger: I shouldn’t have used that word.
Well you would certainly know, Arthur.
(graphic courtesy Monk at Inflatable Dartboard)