Marshall on Ashcroft’s Plame-Case Recusal

So, John Ashcroft has recused himself from the Plame-outing investigation. (No, Hiro, I am not going to explain what it is. Go read the Washington Post, if you must: Ashcroft Recuses Self from Leak Case.)

Joshua Micah Marshall tries to read the tea leaves about what it all means here: A few more quick thoughts. His take seems to be that this may indeed bode something serious, since the announcement wasn’t made at a time that would help bury it in the news cycle.

So, what could have led to it? Someone has blabbed to the investigators, and it’s pretty clear that someone weighty in the White House is going to be going down for this? And they want to start working on their righteous-indignation act, and get it out of the way sooner, rather than waiting for it to blow up in the middle of the campaign season?

Time will tell, I guess.

One Response to “Marshall on Ashcroft’s Plame-Case Recusal”

  1. john mccarthy Says:

    Ashcroft/Plame Recusal –NEXUS–

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