Date: Mon Oct 6, 2003  8:04 am
Subject: [Fwd: Did Leakgate accuser Joseph Wilson violated CIA secrecy?


This White House Scandal Finally Tips the Scale!

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Subject: Did Leakgate accuser Joseph Wilson violated CIA secrecy?
Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 10:14:24 -0400
From: "William A. Pauwels, Sr." <>
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Dear Editor,

Please consider this perspective.

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> 	Monday, Oct. 6, 2003 12:31 a.m. EDT
> Rep. King: Prosecute Leakgate Accuser for CIA Secrecy Violation
> A leading New York congressman is calling for an investigation into 
> whether Leakgate accuser Joseph Wilson violated CIA secrecy when he 
> blew the lid off his role in a February 2002 mission to determine 
> whether Iraq had sought uranium from Niger.
> For the last week Wilson has been demanding an investigation into the 
> Bush administration's role in revealing his wife's job as a secret CIA 
> operative, a move that he contends was an act of retaliation for his 
> decision to go public about the Niger mission in a July op-ed piece 
> for the New York Times.
> But Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., said Sunday that it's Wilson who needs to 
> be investigated - and even prosecuted if he violated CIA secrecy.
> "I assume that if he went into this job for the CIA, he had to sign an 
> oath of secrecy - a confidentiality [agreement]," King told WABC 
> Radio's Steve Malzberg. "And if he did, then he violated it and he 
> should be prosecuted."
> "He conducted a so-called secret mission for the CIA," King 
> complained. "[However] he's talking about it all over national and 
> international television - undermining the president of the United 
> States. ... Why wasn't this guy called in before a grand jury?"
> King says that if the CIA didn't require Wilson to sign a 
> confidentiality agreement, then the agency should explain why not - 
> along with why it picked the talkative Wilson for the sensitive 
> mission in the first place.
> "Why did they pick the guy who was anti-Bush, anti-war with Iraq, to 
> go over and conduct a really half-assed investigation of Niger?" the 
> House Homeland Security Committee member told Malzberg.


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