Memory is Not the Issue for Libby
Pete Wilson of NBC reports that Libby's lawyer believes this is a memory case, in other words, how could Libby be expected to remember all these conversations?
Very easily. He took copious notes. The International Herald Tribune February 11, 2004 (available on Lexis.com) reported:
One set of documents that prosecutors repeatedly referred to in their meetings with White House aides are extensive notes compiled by Lewis Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff and national security adviser. Prosecutors have described the notes as "copious," the lawyers said.
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