The message reached Karl Rove on his BlackBerry: “FITZGERALD CALLED. CASE OVER.”
Strapped into his seat, his cell phone darkened in preparation for takeoff on a flight to New Hampshire, Mr. Rove quickly called his lawyer, Robert Luskin, in Washington, D.C., and he explained.
Around 4 p.m. on Monday, June 12, special counsel Read More
Time correspondent Viveca Novak, on leave since December after her embroilment in the Valerie Plame Wilson leak case, left the magazine last week. Novak was one of three staffers in Time‘s Washington bureau to take a buyout in Time Inc.’s most recent round of staff reductions.
“She voluntarily resigned,” managing editor Jim Kelly said. Read More
In its Dec. 5 issue, Time magazine reported that special counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald had asked one of its D.C. reporters, Viveca Novak, “to testify under oath about conversations she had with Robert Luskin, [Karl] Rove’s attorney, starting in May 2004.”
Neither Mr. Luskin nor Ms. Novak had expected to see news of those conversations Read More
Time reporter Viveca Novak is scheduled to give a sworn deposition to special prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald tomorrow, a spokesperson for the magazine confirmed.
Novak is expected to discuss under oath her conversations with Robert Luskin, Karl Rove’s attorney, in May 2004.
The New York Times reported last week that Novak may have told Read More