Firedoglake is doing a damn fine job of following proceedings from within the courtroom.
Miller testimony contradicts Libby story:
Libby, then Vice President
Dick Cheney's chief of staff, told the
FBI and a grand jury that he thought he was hearing
Valerie Plame's CIA job for the first time from NBC's Tim Russert on July 10, 2003.
Five government officials, including ex-White House press secretary
Ari Fleischer, also have testified that they discussed Plame and her CIA job with Libby before July 10.
Earlier Tuesday, the jury saw notes Libby took on or about June 12 that indicated Cheney himself told Libby then that the war critic's wife worked at the CIA.