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Is prosecution in order here?

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Submitted by Jonathan (United Kingdom), Jan 24, 2006 at 15:08

This all seems very typical of leftist hysteria and moral equivalence, but it poses a big question in light of the Valerie Plame / Scooter Libby affair: why, if William Blum has revealed the names and addresses of over 200 CIA operatives, has he not been prosecuted?

Is there any substance in his claim? Or is it fantasy designed to bolster his reputation among fellow leftists?
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