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"I went to jail to preserve the time-honored principle that a journalist must respect a promise not to reveal the identity of a confidential source. The principle was more important to uphold than my personal freedom." Judith Miller
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"I was a journalist doing my job, protecting my source until my source freed me to perform my civic duty to testify." Judith Miller
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"everything to be proud of and nothing to apologize for." Judith Miller
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"I recall that Mr. Libby was displeased with what he described as 'selective leaking' by the CIA. He told me that the agency was engaged in a 'hedging strategy' to protect itself in case no weapons were found in Iraq." Judith Miller
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"[The answer is obvious: Judith Miller emerged as a central figure because she MADE herself a central figure and, arguably, BECAUSE she didn't] writ[e] a story about the case. ... David, I heard from another member of your fan club that things went well for you today. Hope it's true, J." Judith Miller
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"I served 85 days in jail because of my belief in the importance of upholding the confidential relationship journalists have with their sources, ... Believe me, I did not want to be in jail. But I would have stayed even longer." Judith Miller
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"Out West, where you vacation, the aspens will already be turning. They turn in clusters, because their roots connect them," Judith Miller
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"I knew and I know I wasn't covering for anybody." Judith Miller
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"This has called into question the judgment of the newspaper that I rely on." Judith Miller
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"I served 85 days in jail because of my belief in the importance of upholding the confidential relationship journalists have with their sources, ... Believe me, I did not want to be in jail." Judith Miller
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"While this reporter could not interview the scientist," Judith Miller
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"called me in jail to say he really, really wanted me to testify." Judith Miller
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"I got it totally wrong" Judith Miller
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"I am free today only because of a federal prosecutor's agreement to limit his questions to me and because my once confidential source wrote me a letter and called me in jail to say he really, really wanted me to testify," Judith Miller
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"He asserted that George J. Tenet, then the director of central intelligence, had never even heard of Mr. Wilson. Veep didn't know of Joe Wilson." Judith Miller
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"I'm waiting to see like everybody else what he produces. But if he doesn't have anything, I will wonder about why I had to spend 85 days in jail." Judith Miller
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"I served 85 days in jail because of my belief in the importance of upholding the confidential relationship that journalists have with their sources." Judith Miller
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"My source genuinely wanted me to testify," Judith Miller
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"The answer was no," Judith Miller
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"some guy." Judith Miller
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"Mr. Fitzgerald asked if I had discussed classified information with Mr. Libby. I said I believe so, but could not be sure." Judith Miller
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