Murray Waas

Investigative reporter

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Investigative reporter based in Washington, DC and frequent contributor to the National Journal; author of The United States v. I. Lewis Libby

Murray Waas on KCRW

Lewis   “  Scooter  ”     Libby , was sentenced
to two and a half years in prison today for lying and his role in obstructing
an investigation into the leak of the identity of a CIA…

Libby Sentenced to 30 Months in CIA Leak Case

Lewis “ Scooter ” Libby , was sentenced to two and a half years in prison today for lying and his role in obstructing an investigation into the leak of the identity of a CIA…

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