20 October 2008

It's Baaaccckkkk!!!!!

Miller will be an on-air analyst and will write for Fox's Web site. "She has a very impressive resume," says Senior Vice President John Moody. "We've all had stories that didn't come out exactly as we had hoped. It's certainly something she's going to be associated with for all time, and there's not much anyone can do about that, but we want to make use of the tremendous expertise she brings on a lot of other issues. . . . She has explained herself and she has nothing to apologize for."
source


Actually, she has about 100,000 somethings to apologize for, no?

15 November 2006

Ah, Judy...they still love you...

DCist:

Over at the National Press Club, they are hosting their 29th Annual Book Fair and Author Night! Ninety authors will be in attendance! Pat Buchanan will terrify you! David Corn will gloat! Michael Isikoff will steal glances at his Blackberry and nod knowingly! Bill Frist will diagnose your maladies from across the room! Byron Dorgan will…uhm…share his recipe for popovers. The full details here, including a seating chart! Would you rather be paying $25 to watch Judith Miller polish her turd of a career? Heck no!

13 November 2006

Judith Miller Testifies in Israeli 'Torture' Case

Judith Miller Testifies in Israeli 'Torture' Case:

During the Salah interrogation, Miller said, 'I studied him closely because I was very concerned that he had been tortured.' Instead, she said, Salah was 'very conversational,' and often giving lengthy answers and talking about 'distributing money to people preparing military operations in the West Bank.'

On cross-examination, attorney Deutsch suggested repeatedly that Miller had a bias towards Israel and her sources in Israeli intelligence. 'I consider myself a friend of some Israelis,' Miller said. 'I don't consider myself a friend of Israel.'

She declined to comment to E&P following her testimony.

'Have you ever acted as a 'asset' of Mossad? 'Deutsch asked, referring to the Isareli spy agency.

'No sir,' Miller said, with a soft chuckle.

27 October 2006

Judith Miller Thanks You for Your Righteous Adulation of Judith Miller

Judith Miller Thanks You for Your Righteous Adulation of Judith Miller - Gawker:

Apparently missing the sweet taste of martyrdom's liqueur, former New York Times reporter, WMD confabulist, and leak-protecting jailbird Judith Miller sent out a letter to 600 friends thanking them for their support during her time in the clink. Naturally, by 'thank,' Judy means, 'how wise you were to agree with me.' In her own words: 'I chose to defend your right to know and you were kind enough to write to support my stance.' Take your pick of the worst offense, from Miller or the Washington Post paraphrase:

She spends the rest of her time as an unofficial Joan of Arc for First Amendment issues. 'It is a position I did not seek,' she said yesterday, 'and I hope I don't have to turn it over to someone else.'

Joan of Arc? At least Joan had the decency to remain silent after getting burned to a crisp. Don't think that's an apt analogy? Once again, the problem is probably you, since as Miller sniffs, 'Ordinary people get it.'

18 May 2006

Oh, Judy: Miller Had 9/11 Warning Info, But Didn't Report It

Oh, Judy: Miller Had 9/11 Warning Info, But Didn't Report It:

As I say above, Judith Miller is a Cunt
In an interview with the Web site Alternet.org, Miller now claims she had advance intelligence information leaked to her months before the Sept. 11 attacks indicating Al Qaeda was planning a major attack on the United States.

Posted today, the story contends that Miller was sparked by the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole to increase her reporting of al-Qaida. She says that ultimately led, in July 2001, 'to a still-anonymous top-level White House source who shared top-secret NSA signals intelligence (SIGINT) concerning an even bigger impending al-Qaida attack, perhaps to be visited on the continental United States.

'Ultimately, Miller never wrote that story,' the Alternet piece continues. 'But two months later -- on Sept. 11 -- Miller and her editor at the Times, Stephen Engelberg, both remembered and regretted the story they 'didn't do.''

'So I sometimes think back, and Steve and I have talked a few times about the fact that that story wasn't fit, and that neither one of us pursued it at that time with the kind of vigor and determination that we would have had we known what was going to happen,' Miller told the Web site. 'And I always wondered how the person who sent that [intercept] warning must have felt. You know, sometimes in journalism you regret the stories you do, but most of the time you regret the ones that you didn't do.'

Engelberg also remembered the tip, according to told Alternet. 'I recall thinking it made perfect sense at the time,' he told the Web site. 'The Cole attack was out of character -- unlike the Africa embassy attacks, the Millennium plot, the earlier World Trade Center bombing.'

Later in the story he says, 'Judy had two guys talking, but no names or details ... Judy had the what, but not the who and the where. I said, 'Check with the CIA, NSA, DIA. But we couldn't get anything that week.'

17 May 2006

'NY Times' and 'Time' Will Let Judge Review Plame Notes

'NY Times' and 'Time' Will Let Judge Review Plame Notes:

The Post also stated that 'much of yesterday's hearing concerned the notebooks of former New York Times reporter Judith Miller, who spoke three times with Libby about Wilson's work in June and July 2003 and made repeated reference in her notes to Plame. Miller has said she also discussed Plame with other officials but could not recall their names. But she did not write an article about the matter.'

The Times has given Libby a 'redacted copy of the notebooks,' but his attorney, William Jeffress, argued that Libby needed to see other names and phone numbers in Miller's notebooks to find out who else discussed Plame with her.

Jeffress plans to call six journalists to testify at the trial, with each expected to testify that during their conversations with Libby about Wilson in 2003, he never mentioned Plame's name, according to the Post.

16 May 2006

Judith Miller, the Cunt of Journalism, returns; pimps upcoming book in wsj

She's Baaack: Judith Miller Writing About WMD for the 'WSJ'


the article is here, but, oddly enough, it has no mention of the book she will be releasing on the subject; that is rather odd, isn't it?