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Plameologists Go — Oceans of Motions

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I’m still trying to track down all the documents that have been released in various places regarding the Libby trial of late. I want to include everything that’s been released in 2006 so if I’m missing anything, please let me know and I will add it:

. Jan. 31, 2006 filing of Libby attorneys: Motion of I. Lewis Libby to Compel Discovery of Rule 16 and Brady Material in the Possession of Other Agencies. 25 pages.

. Exhibits A, B & C: A – Dec. 14, 2005 letter from Cline to Fitz; B – January 9, 2006 letter from Fitz to Cline; C – January 23, 2006 letter from Fitz to Jeffress, Wells & Tate. 16 page document. 16 pages.

. Exhibits D, E & F: D – Transcript of Fitz Oct. 28 press conference. E – Oct. 1, 2003 WaPo article by Dana Milbank and Steno Sue. F – Letter from Abu Gonzales to staff telling them to preserve documents (fat load of good that did). 25 pages.

. Proposed order by Judge Walton ordering Fitz to disclose certain information to Team Libby. 3 pages.

. August 2004 Fitzgerald affidavit on In Re: Grand Jury Subpoena, Judith Miller. Originially redacted, released to the public on February 3, 2006. 38 pages

. Feb. 3, 2006 order by Judge Reggie B. Walton setting out timetable.

. Copy of Feb. 15, 2004 decision regarding In Re: Grand Jury Subpoena, Judith Miller that includes the 8 previously redacted pages (relevant pages are p. 31-39 of Tatel)

. January 26, 2006 Motion of I. Lewis Libby to Compel Discovery of Information Regarding News Reporters and Organizations. 27 pages.

. June 23, 2004 Reply Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Non-Party Tim Russert’s Motion To Quash Grand Jury Subpoena. 19 pages.

. June 16, 2004 Government’s Response to Motion to Quash Grand Jury Subpoena. 48 pages.

. June 4, 2004 Motion of Non-Party Tim Russert to Quash Grand Jury Subpoena. 22 pages.

Hopefully this will put us all on the same page going forward. Much thanks to Jeralyn and Tom MaGuire for their heroic efforts in locating this stuff.

(photo: Orin Optiglot)

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