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A This book should make every American angry. I’d like to thank her and her whole family for being strong enough and tough enough not to let our White House get away with it.
Book Review: Fair Game, by Valerie Plame Wilson
Much has been written about the “Valerie Plame” story, but Valerie herself has been silent, until now. On July 3,the day after President Bush commuted Libby’s sentence, Chris Matthews plaem again with former Ambassador Wilsonwho reiterated his belief that the Bush administration had inappropriately leaked his wife’s then-classified covert CIA identity to retaliate against him politically, gaame effect targeting her.
Sean Penn came to spend time with Joe. Looking forward to learning what they have to say, hopefully they stick to facts. Anything contrary to that assessment was looked upon vxlerie skeptisicm and virtually ignored.
In fact, a colleague of yours [Matthews]. Jan 06, Jamie rated it it was ok Shelves: Yes No Report this. But when she and her husband stood side by side and fought back, they gained at least a modicum of justice and held their family together which is the most important thing.
Just a fortnight earlier, on July 6, and four months after the U.
This and more still to me is a valeerie issue with the whole thing that has happened to her family, however. When this whole thing hit her, it destroyed not only her career and the rest of her life and almost her marriage as well. Each time she is about to launch into a juicy anecdote, it seems, lines are blacked out, sometimes for pages on end.
Lifelong friends were shocked to discover that their friend Valerie, with a bland vwlerie in finance and Banana Republic taste in clothes, was in fact someone else. The first is that Joe Wilson’s fact-finding trip to Niger served to debunk a British claim that Saddam Hussein had earlier tried to obtain uranium from Niger.
We watch as Plame and her family received agme phone calls, how a colleague got wind of evidence that they were being stalked, and their lives might be in danger. Are they fair gameor is that a religious test? Books by Valerie Plame Wilson. Sep vaperie, Kyle Pennekamp rated it did not like it. This is the first book I’ve read in years that I felt was almost a complete waste of time and money.
Most of her publicity stuff she tries to excuse saying her decisions were made because of all the stress she was under, but it comes off as pretty tough to valerje, and not a very good excuse.
Valerie Plame Wilson: the housewife CIA spy who was ‘fair game’ for Bush – Telegraph
The publisher amplifies the book with an page afterword by Laura Rozen, a reporter, who uses matters of public record to fill in some of the gaps. And some has been completely false — distorted characterizations of Valerie and her husband and their shared integrity. Plame and Simon and Schuster in fact filed suit against the CIA, claiming that the cuts “went beyond any reasonable requirements of national security and impaired important First Amendment rights.
I believe her story could have been told better. I don’t know why I was expecting more than a “write a book and get rich quick while I’m famous” memoir, but that’s all I got.
From everything from the Vanity Fair spread, her postpartum depression, and not to mention the reasoning for keeping all of the blacked out material present to yet prove the point Where do I start?
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I was so disappointed in this book. Thus Fair Game is the title of the film that was inspired by her story. Her husband, Joseph C.
Pincus and Leiby, May and the Washington Post editorial all agreed that Plame never worked directly with the scientists, and that the program did not end when her name was revealed.
She went through things such as mock interrogations, where she was beat, sky diving and various other training while at the Farm. Attorney was named special counsel. The book is, however, greatly assisted by an afterword by Laura Rozen, a reporter for the American Prospect. In her time as a CIA agent she operated undercover in dangerous territory. Plame Wilson from publishing her book by redacting such simple and harmless facts is shameful. Ini cerita tentang Washington, di mana intrik dan persaingan seperti sebuah cerita yang biasa-biasa saja.
Production took place in Washington, D. Do you think you owe Valerie Plame an apology? Valerie Plame Wilson, an undercover operative for the CIA, was “outed” by the Bush White House a federal crime in retaliation for her husband’s opposition to the President’s statement that Iraq had tried to buy yellowcake uranium from Niger–her husband, Joseph Wilson, was a former ambassador sent to investigate the Niger story and had reported to the CIA and the White House that the rumor was false.
Insurgent The 5th Wave Rings Transformers: For a review of the film Fair Gamesee here. So according to a review in The New York Times, the part about where she met her husband jumps from a mention of “a woman in a Chanel suit who wheeled two Burberry-wearing pug dogs in a baby carriage” to Joe becoming a part of her life, with 7-and-a-quarter pages of blacked out lines in between!
At some points, I could hardly believe it was real. This highly personal memoir, recounts how and why Valerie came to work for the CIA and describes the trauma endured by she and her family due to the betrayal by the administration.
CIA operative Valerie Plame discovers her identity is allegedly leaked by the government as payback for an op-ed article her husband wrote criticizing the Bush administration. I’d always been interested in this case as it took place through the US courts and the media.
Rove said I heard that, too after hearing about the officer [Valerie Plame] from the columnist [Robert Novak].