Wednesday, September 20, 2006


H. Marshall Jarrett, Counsel
Office of Professional Responsibility
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Suite 3266
Washington, D.C. 20530

RE: Patrick Fitzgerald’s Handling of the Plame Case

Dear Mr. Jarrett:

Now that it is established fact that Patrick Fitzgerald knew from the outset of his so-called investigation that the leak of Valerie Plame’s identity came from Richard Armitage, and further that Valerie Plame was not an undercover CIA operative whose identity was protected by law, I would suggest the following:

· Mr. Fitzgerald’s activities and conduct throughout this unnecessary drain on DOJ resources be thoroughly investigated and, if appropriate, Mr. Fitzgerald be severely chastised and/or charged with felonies for that conduct.

· The charges against Mr. Libby should be summarily dropped and Mr. Fitzgerald should be required to publicly apologize to Mr. Libby for the improper prosecution of Mr. Libby. Further, Mr. Fitzgerald should be required to reimburse Mr. Libby for any attorneys’ fees generated from this farcical prosecution.

· Mr. Fitzgerald should be required to publicly apologize to The President of the United States, George W. Bush, for taking up valuable governmental resources for a period of three years in an investigation for which the answers were known from the outset.

· Mr. Fitzgerald should be required to publicly apologize to Karl Rove for any and all activities of Mr. Fitzgerald which led to Mr. Rove’s time and resources being wasted in answering questions to which the answers were already known and further, for the public calumny that was attached to these activities.

· My reasoning is simple and is stated best in Clarice Feldman’s excellent letter to you of September 19, 2006 [copy attached].

A direct response to my letter is not required. You folks have a War on Terror to fight and you don’t need me (or Patrick Fitzgerald) occupying your time.

Very truly yours,




thank you...

Anonymous said...

Or not