A lie detector can find out if they put their staff up to it, if so they are guilty also.
"A lie detector can find out if they put their staff up to it, if so they are guilty also."
Exactly, and it wouldn't surprise me at all. This sounds like it could have legs.
Not to be a skunk at the party, but lie detector results are not admissable in court, which means there is reasonable doubt as to their efficacy.
This is high stakes poker, if, indeed, Babin's story has any validity. The administration has to have Rockefeller dead to rights to fire this silver bullet. Otherwise, an unverifiable accusation against a sitting Senator of the opposite party could swing the momentum that is now in Bush's favor on NSA surveillance completely against him.
Besides, if the Judith Miller precedent holds, Rockefeller knows--if, indeed, he is the leaker--that he is completely at the mercy of James Rosen and Rosen's desire to spend time in the hoosegow in defense of him.
I wish very bad things for Jay