October 25, 2005 -- CIA Leakgate. Major news expected within the next 36 hours

publication date: Apr 12, 2007
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October 25, 2005 -- CIA Leakgate. Major news expected within the next 36 hours. Story unfolding . . . Overheard this afternoon at the Starbuck's across the street from the Bond Federal Office Building at 1400 New York Ave., where (on the 9th Floor) Patrick Fitzgerald's team of prosecutors and FBI agents are conducting their investigation of CIA Leakgate with expected indictments of key White House officials imminent -- one lawyer who is on loan to the team from another city decided to extend his hotel reservations to include Thursday night. Expect a public announcement of indictments by Thursday.

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Patrick Fitzgerald's offices: Just 2 blocks from the White House

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Prosecution team is housed on the 9th Floor

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History may record this building as importantly as it does the Watergate Complex.

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