Grand Jury News Stakeout
Ms. Miller spoke to reporters after her testimony before a grand jury on an investigation into the leak of a CIA operative’s… read more
Ms. Miller spoke to reporters after her testimony before a grand jury on an investigation into the leak of a CIA operative’s name by White House officials. She had been jailed for 85 days for refusing to reveal the source of her information and spoke about her decision to testify after receiving a waiver directly from her source. She also talked about the conditions under which she gave the testimony. Following her remarks she answered questions from the reporters. close
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