March 6, 2007
Political experts said the case against I. Scooter Libby was not only a landmark case, but a case that left more questions than answers.
An expert at the University of Virginia Center for politics said the guilty verdict on four of the five charges against Libby could not come at a worse time for the Bush administration.
"Certainly I. Scooter Libby is not alone in his misgivings with the administration. He has been joined by Richard Armitage, and others in the Bush Administration as potential leakers of information," said David Wasserman with University of Virginia's Center for Politics.
Wasserman also said it is not likely for anyone else to be brought under the same scrutiny as Libby in connection with this case.
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