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Final Arguments Made in Libby Perjury Case

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Final Arguments Made in Libby Perjury Case

Final Arguments Made in Libby Perjury Case

Final Arguments Made in Libby Perjury Case

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In closing arguments of the Lewis Libby perjury trial, the prosecution rejects the defense's assertion that Libby was made a scapegoat by White House officials in the leak of a CIA agent's identity. The defense claims that Libby did not lie about his role in the leak, but had memory lapses.