He said he had nothing against Joseph Wilson. That he didn’t know Valerie Plame was Wilson’s wife.

I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby Jr. said a lot of things in eight hours of grand-jury testimony. But somewhere in the lengthy recordings, it was revealed for the first time in Libby’s perjury trial, that he actively contributed to a smear campaign against Wilson in an effort to destroy his credibility as a Bush administration critic.

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