March 05, 2007
THE LIBBY TRIAL MAY HAVE BEEN ECLIPSED by other events, but Tom Maguire continues to follow it: "The jury does not have transcripts of any of the witness testimony they heard last month. Consequently, they are relying on their own memories plus any notes they took to recreate critical testimony. It it quite possible that on at least a few topics, the eleven jurors have offered an even dozen versions of that testimony - ironists among them may be wondering how they can convict Libby for forgetting what they themselves can not remember. With the passage of time, this may be helpful for the defense."
UPDATE: More here.