The Female Woodward and Bernstein

New York Times reporter, Judith Miller was released from jail yesterday after spending 12 weeks there for refusing to name her source in a story. Today, Miller testified before a federal grand jury, but only after receiving a letter and a phone call from her source, allowing her to break her silence. Pretty gutsy if you ask me.

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    It’s encouraging to see a women journalist sticking to her journalistic integrity in the face of the critical public, not to mention the criminal justice system.