Libby trial: The defense rests... but not before the presiding judge becomes quite angry at defense counsel.
Early tomorrow afternoon: I have a new story in the National Journal. It is long, more than 5,000 words long, and some, although not very much about the trial. Thanks to my editor, Bob Gettlin,and his patience. If this post is so short, it is because I don't have hardly any energy left to write another word.
In the meantime, the Times profiles Jane (Hamsher).
It wasn't the NY Post or Daily News that had the best headline from the trial, but Jane...
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