October 25, 2005
UPDATED: Fitzgerald has apparently decided to seek some:
Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has decided to seek indictments in the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson and has submitted at least one to the grand jury, those close to the investigation tell RAW STORY.
Fitzgerald will seek at least two indictments, the sources say. They note that it remains to be seen whether the grand jury will approve the charges.
Those familiar with the case state that Fitzgerald may not seek indictments that assert officials leaked Plame's name illegally. Rather, they say that he will focus charges in the arena of lying to investigators. The sources said, however, they wouldn't rule out charges of conspiracy.
The specifics of the charges remain unclear, and they are not final, so charges beyond lying to the grand jury could certainly be handed down.
Any possible indictments are now in the hands of the grand jury. They are expected to be made public later this week.
More at Raw Story.
UPDATE: Steve Clemons has some details.
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