Fitz's Objections to Libby's Theory of Defense Instruction
In Fitz' final verdict brief, he objects to this portion:
Further, Mr. Libby was well aware when he was first interviewed by the FBI and when he testified to the grand jury that the investigators could and likely would talk to government officials and the journalists he spoke with concerning Ambassador
Wilson and that those officials and journalists would truthfully recount their recollections of the conversations he had with them.
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