Press — Valerie Plame

Court Grants DOJ 30-Day Extension of Obligation to Produce Cheney Interview Notes

District Court Judge grants the Department of Justice (DOJ) a 30-day extension on the Court order to produce notes on former Vice President Dick Cheney's Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) interview. Read More ›

CREW Lawsuit Results in Release of Portions of Former VP Cheney’s Interview with FBI in Wilson Leak

District Court Judge orders release of records of former Vice President Cheney's interview with the FBI regarding the Valerie Plame Wilson leak investigation. CREW sued for the Department of Justice (DOJ) seeking release of the records. Read More ›

In Cheney Interview Case, DOJ Argues White House Officials Won’t Cooperate With Law Enforcement

DOJ files papers arguing that future White House officials will be unwilling to cooperate with criminal law enforcement investigations if Cheney is pursued. Read More ›

CREW Issues Statement on Supreme Court’s Refusal to Hear Wilson Lawsuit

US Supreme Court refuses any further review of Valerie and Joseph Wilson's lawsuit based on unconstitutional actions of Bush officials. Read More ›

Court of Appeals Denies Rehearing in Wilson Case - Wilsons will take Case to Supreme Court

The Court of Appeals denies the Wilsons' petition for a rehearing of their civil case against VP Cheney, Scooter Libby, Karl Rove, Richard Armitage and other unnamed administration officials. Read More ›

Crew Sues DOJ for Failing to Provide Records of VP’s Interview in Plame Leak Investigation

CREW sued the Department of Justice for failing to provide records of Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald's interview with Vice President Richard Cheney stemming from the investigation into the leak of Valerie Plame Wilson's covert identity as a CIA officer. Read More ›

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