N.Y. Times reporter in CIA outing case freed
WASHINGTON - After nearly three months behind bars, New York Times reporter Judith Miller was released Thursday after agreeing to testify about the Bush administrations disclosure of a covert CIA officers identity.
Miller left the federal detention center in Alexandria, Va., after reaching an agreement with Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald. She will appear Friday morning before a grand jury investigating the case.
My source has now voluntarily and personally released me from my promise of confidentiality regarding our conversations, Miller said in a statement.LINK: Her source, says the Times, was Scooter Libby