Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
I have plenty of tid bits collected on Stephen Hadley - John Bolton -
David Wormser - Douglas Feith - Larry Franklin & AIPAC - Likud etcetera ...

As reference to the WHIG group, in diaries @BooMan by SusanHu and the ThinkProgress blog.
More Cheney Aides Targeted in CIA Leak Inquiry

Have to priortize some comments and diaries, I'll try to write some specifics on Stephen Hadley soon.

Thanks for support, motivation, criticism and your excellent contributions.

Bombshell: Stephen Hadley and the Niger Forgeries ◊ by catnip
Tue Oct 25th, 2005 at 10:14:53 AM PST

Bush, Hadley, and Miers Worked on Infamous SOTU ◊ by Cedwyn
Wed Oct 26th, 2005 at 01:36:06 AM PST

I actually found a wonderful piece over at Worldnet Daily, believe it or not.
It's an older article, but tremendously relevant at the moment.

WASHINGTON July 18, 2003 -- A photo essay on the White House website shows President Bush had a hands-on role in "revising" January's State of the Union speech that included a now-disputed allegation about Iraq's alleged nuclear-weapons program. It also indicates he scribbled notes beside various passages of text in the margins of the speech drafts ...

"Treason doth never prosper: what's the reason?
For if it prosper, none dare call it treason."


'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Sun Nov 20th, 2005 at 08:29:28 AM EST
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Thanks for support, motivation, criticism and your excellent contributions.

Dropping pieces of info in others diaries is what I do best. I am not a writer, but I am a good digger when it comes to finding useful info! lol

This "plamegate" story is on the verge of breaking with a lot more pieces of the puzzle coming together each time there is an indictment.  

I am pretty certain that this will end up in Cheney's lap in the end. Most of the evidence seems to already be there. But there is still a lot of guessing going on everywhere.

If Rove gets added to that indictment list it will be near impossible for the right-wing-nuts to argue that bush was totally ignorant of this leak. Again, the evidence is already there to indict Rove.

Unfortunately most of these characters will, likely, end up with pardons. It should be made illegal for presidents to pardon members of their own administration. (IMHO) It would mean that they would not be able to squash investigations into their own conduct.

Guaranteed to be plastered all over the Internet Drinking Liberally in New Milford

by Connecticut Man1 (connecticutman1 AT gmail dot com) on Sun Nov 20th, 2005 at 01:20:23 PM EST
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