Byron York wrote the other day that his legal-eagle sources “are unanimously appalled by the performance of Libby’s lawyer, Joseph Tate.” Apropos of that, check out Tate’s public spin on the case. If your memory is foggy, that’s something to say when you’re testifying, not something to say after your sworn testimony fails to hold up. Doing so may well have saved Libby from the trouble he’s in now.
Libby had better get a good criminal defense attorney to take the lead in his defense ASAP, if he doesn’t want to spend the rest of his life in jail.
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