21. On or about July 10 or July 11, 2003, LIBBY spoke to a senior official in the White House (“Official A”) who advised LIBBY of a conversation Official A had earlier that week with columnist Robert Novak in which Wilson’s wife was discussed as a CIA employee involved in Wilson’s trip. LIBBY was advised by Official A that Novak would be writing a story about Wilson’s wife.
24. On or about July 12, 2003, in the late afternoon, LIBBY spoke by telephone with Judith Miller of the New York Times and discussed Wilson’s wife, and that she worked at the CIA.
Much of the media has been spinning this as a major victory for the Bush Administration that Rove was not indicted. Many conservatives are claiming that this charge against Libby is merely a "technicality". To take either of those views is an amoral position that ignores the essential ideas of what is right and what is wrong for the WH to do. They are doing nothing but spinning, Fitzgerald has found the leakers, and that leak is a crime against the American public, whether it violates any law or not.