Monday, October 24, 2005

Infamous Last Words

In the wake of a condemning article about her (with strangely inappropriate headline) Newsweek has a compelling last paragraph about Judy Miller's actions. Especially the last sentence:

Still, most of the venom is directed at Miller. Hours after Keller's memo hit IN boxes, the paper ran a column by op-ed star Maureen Dowd calling Miller a "woman of mass destruction." The next day, a column by public editor Byron Calame detailed the frustration of editors who'd worked with Miller. "These are the things you say to your girlfriend when you want her to break up with you," said one reporter who asked not to be identified because he did not want to speak for the Times. But Miller is, for now at least, standing firm. Late last week she told NEWSWEEK she had every intention of returning to work. She also did some digging of her own. "Are you hearing anything about Fitzgerald?" she asked, before quickly hanging up.

What does this mean?

Worried about indictment?

Or, still doing spade work for the Neocons in their efforts for dirt on Fitz?

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