Bob Novak talked yesterday about the Valerie Plame case. This was probably his most noteworthy quote:
“The question is, does Mr. Fitzgerald know who the source was?” Novak asked. “Of course. He’s known for years who the first source is. If he knows the source, why didn’t he indict him? Because no crime was committed.”
Novak said he doesn’t believe his source violated laws forbidding the disclosure of a CIA agent’s identity.
That seems pretty clear, at this point.