Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has made his case--or has he? Scooter Libby's defense will begin next week after three weeks of prosecution testimony. What have we learned from the trial? What's next? Is the Libby case about how the White House went to war or much ado about a crime that never happened? The Pentagon's Inspector General questions the propriety of a Defense Department intelligence report. On Reporter's Notebook, the diamond trade tries to clean up its act. Lawarence O'Donnell guest hosts.
The Prosecution Rests Its Case in the Libby Trial
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De Beers Proposes Black-Run Diamond Mining Company
De Beers , the world's largest diamond producer, and the South African government have announced plans to create a new diamond-mining company controlled by black Africans....
Pentagon Group Offered 'Alternative Intelligence' in Run-up to War
A report by the Pentagon's Inspector General, released today, says that former Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith provided pre-war intelligence "of dubious quality or...