On the Thirtieth Day of Fitzmas

Brian Zick

Emptywheel at firedoglake reports on arguments over whether defense can recall Russert, to challenge his credibility (even though they already had him on the stand for five hours before). update: Emptywheel calls play by play of Walton rejecting recall of Russert, and arguments over what material may be allowed since Libby is not testifying. update 2: Emptywheel documents Team Libby entering various materials into evidence, and defense rests. update 3: Wrap ups of the day in court, posted by David Corn, by Michael Sniffen for AP, and by MSNBC.

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