Ms. Miller was freed after spending more than 12 weeks in jail, during which she refused to cooperate with the criminal inquiry. Her decision to testify came after she obtained what she described as a waiver offered "voluntarily and personally" by a source who said she was no longer bound by any pledge of confidentiality she had made to him. She said the source had made clear that he genuinely wanted her to testify.
That source was I. Lewis Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, according to people who have been officially briefed on the case. Ms. Miller met with Mr. Libby on July 8, 2003, and talked with him by telephone later that week. Discussions between government officials and journalists that week have been a central focus of the investigation.
So we have both Libby and Rove talking to reporters, and while the article says that Libby and Rove didn't mention her status, it subsequently got out. Hmmm...
Bush said he'd fire anyone who committed a crime in this matter. If (as rumor has it) indictments are turned in against Libby and Rove, I wonder if he'll follow through?