Conyers, Rove & NBC correspondent Pete Williams

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Just read an interesting story over at Raw;

This particular line caught my eye:

"Reacting to the news on NBC, correspondent Pete Williams said that the Justice Department most likely won't enforce the subpoena."

I need to look into this more but, being a fan of "the journalism" my first question of this "journalist" is "According to whom or supported by what?" Is it simply Pete Williams opinion? Did someone whisper in his ear, telling him to say this?

Ah now things are coming into focus a little;

Prior to joining NBC, Williams served as a press official on Capitol Hill for many years. In 1986 he joined the Washington, DC staff of then Congressman Dick Cheney as press secretary and a legislative assistant. In 1989, when Cheney was named Assistant Secretary of Defense, Williams was appointed Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs. While in that position, Williams was named Government Communicator of the Year in 1991 by the National Association of Government Communicators.

To me, this is the crux of the matter: "the Justice Department most likely won't enforce the subpoena" (said the Cheney aid who poses as a reporter).

Well, what the F@#$ good are subpoenas if they won't be enforced?


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