Reporters' Confidentiality Case
Mr. Abrams, attorney for New York Times correspondent Judith Miller, and Mr. Keller spoke to reporters about the Central… read more
Mr. Abrams, attorney for New York Times correspondent Judith Miller, and Mr. Keller spoke to reporters about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) leak of Valerie Plame Wilson and the contempt hearing for Ms. Miller and Time magazine correspondent Matthew Cooper. Following their remarks, they responded to questions and comments from the reporters. Then, Mr. Cooper spoke to the reporters about the hearing. Other journalists were shown at a rally in support.
Ms. Miller was unable to attend as she was taken into custody to be incarcerated at a jail in the metropolitan area. close
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- Abrams, Floyd Attorney Cahill, Gordon, and Reindel->Constitutional Law
- Cooper, Matthew Correspondent Time Magazine->White House
- Keller, William "Bill" Executive Editor New York Times
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