Final Arguments Made in Libby Perjury Case 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.

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.