You better offer the evidence of this to Fitzgerald because after two years and millions of dollars investigating exactly that, he has come to a different conclusion than you have. Face it, you do not live in the real world. You are forced to make things up to support your opinions. An opinion based on fantasy is as useless as it is irrelevant. Life must be hard for you. It must be frustrating to live a life in which your input and opinions are consistently ignored. It is unfortunate for you, that most of the world does not live in the universe you created. Conversely, the real world seems to be doing just fine with you existing outside the fringe of reality. I guess both sides will just have to get used to the arrangement.
It must be a bitter experience not being able to read. I was very careful in my use of words. You are not. Plame did serve as an undercover agent. She was employed by a cover firm for the CIA. I did not say she was "covert" and I did not say she was serving as a spy overseas. Words have meanings. And by the way, Fitzgerald specifically mentioned that he did not reach any conclusion as to whether she was covert or covered by the statute in question. Not coming to a conclusion and not charging someone under a statute does not equate to concluding tht she was not covert. Fitzgerald could have concluded that she was a covert agent covered by the statute and still not indicted anyone for any number of reasons. Personally I dont think she was covert and I dont think she was covered by the statute...but that is not what I said. I said Rove outed (identified) an undercover agent of the CIA.