December 07, 2003
connecting dots

In case anyone's still following the Niger forgeries case, which also leads to the Plame case: Josh Marshall drops this hint in talking about this week's stories on Manucher Ghorbanifar (one in the Times, one in the Sun): "make a note for future reference about where that first meeting took place." Which leads me to make a note of this line in the Times story: "The secret meetings were first held in Rome in December 2001, and were brokered by Michael Ledeen, a conservative analyst at the American Enterprise Institute who has an interest in Iranian affairs and close ties to many hard-line conservatives in the administration." Do I need to remind you where the forgeries appeared?

Posted by dbrown at December 07, 2003 02:58 PM
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