What do you make of this story?
I think it should show the nay-sayers that Valerie was an operative with lots going on. The CIA could easily deny whatever she might write. But instead they say she might be brining up classified info.
Valerie Plame's memoirs can't include length of stay at CIA -- Court rules info still is classified, though it has been publicly reported
Aug. 2, 2007, 10:23PM | By ADAM LIPTAK | New York Times
Valerie Wilson may be the best known former intelligence operative in recent history, but a federal judge in New York ruled on Wednesday that she was not allowed to say how long she worked for the CIA in the memoir she plans to publish this fall.
Though the fact that Wilson worked for the CIA from 1985 to 2006 has been published in the Congressional Record and elsewhere, the judge, Barbara S. Jones of U.S. District Court in Manhattan, said Wilson was not free to say so.
"The information at issue was properly classified, was never declassified and has not been officially acknowledged by the CIA," Jones wrote.