Friday, October 28, 2005

Indictment disappointment

Well, the Washington Post is reporting that we should expect only one indictment and that Karl Rove is to be spared but will continue to be under investigation. Here's part of the article entitled, "White House Braces for Indictment; Rove Said to Be Spared for Now":

White House officials braced for the possibility that Vice President Cheney's chief of staff would be indicted in the CIA leak case today, while the lawyer for Karl Rove said the presidential confidant's case is still under investigation.

"The Special Counsel has advised Mr. Rove that he has made no decision about whether or not to bring charges and that Mr. Rove's status has not changed," said Rove's attorney, Robert Luskin, in a statement released this morning. "Mr. Rove will continue to cooperate fully with the Special Counsel's efforts to complete the investigation. We are confident that when the Special Counsel finishes his work, he will conclude that Mr. Rove has done nothing wrong."


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