Thursday, August 07, 2008

Non-Denial Denials/The FBI's Case

Dan Froomkin, writing in the Washington Post, notes the "weak denials" by the Bush administration regarding Suskind's claim that the White House ordered the forgery of a document to justify the invasion of Iraq. Suskind, in his reubttals, has noted that neither the White House nor
two of his crucial sources have exactly denied what Suskind claims they did or said. I'm sure the Bush administration would love for this story to go away, but with any luck, we won't be hearing the end of this for quite some time.

UPDATE: On another front, Glenn Greenwald provides his analysis of the FBI's case against Bruce Ivins, and finds much to be desired. The evidence, at least what's been put forth by the FBI at this point, remains largely circumstantial and not entirely convincing. If they have more, they need to release it now.

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