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The Libby Injustice
April 6, 2015 
The Wall Street Journal Editorial

Judith Miller, Scooter Libby, and the trouble with special prosecutors
April 23, 2015 
Douglas Murray
The Spectator

Judith Miller Recants; Where's the Media
April 18, 2015  
By Peter Berkowitz
Real Clear Politics

Libby trial shows dangers of political prosecutions
April 15, 2015  
By Victoria Toensing
The Hill

The Runaway Prosecutor Who Almost Lost Iraq
The Truth about Dick Cheney, "Scooter" Libby, and Valerie Plame
April 9, 2015  
By Arthur L. Herman
National Review

Time to reverse the Scooter Libby conviction
April 9, 2015  
By Jennifer Rubin
The Washington Post

How the obsessive, dishonest prosecution of Scooter Libby almost cost us Iraq
April 8, 2015  
By Arthur L. Herman
Fox News

Key Witness: Prosecutor Manipulated Me Into Falsely Testifying Against Scooter Libby
April 7, 2015
By Fred Barnes
The Weekly Standard

New revelation helps exonerate Scooter Libby
April 7, 2015 
Clarice Feldman
American Thinker

The False Evidence Against Scooter Libby
A key witness says she was led by Patrick Fitzgerald to testify falsely. This puts the case in a whole new light.
April 6, 2015
By Peter Berkowitz
The Wall Street Journal Opinion

'Factor' Exclusive: Scooter Libby
September 7, 2010

Click here to watch the Scooter Libby on The O'Reilly Factor.


Cheney Speaks Out on Libby
Former Vice President calls prosecution a "serious miscarriage of justice" and diagrees with Bush's decision.
Stephen F. Hayes
The Weekly Standard

Former Vice President Dick Cheney disagreed publicly with his boss just four times in the eight years they served together. Yesterday, however, on the first day after the official end of the Bush administration, Cheney disagreed with George W. Bush once more.

Cheney told THE WEEKLY STANDARD that his former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, whom he described as a "victim of a serious miscarriage of justice," deserved a presidential pardon. Read More...