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JUDITH MILLER: No Apologies

LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 18:  (FILE PHOTO) New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens at the 2005 Society of Professional Journ
LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 18: (FILE PHOTO) New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens at the 2005 Society of Professional Journalists Convention & National Journalism Conference at the Aladdin Casino & Resort October 18, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Miller spent 85-days in jail for refusing to reveal that Vice-Presidental advisor I. Scooter Libbey was her source in the CIA leak case. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

I took America to war in Iraq. It was all me.

OK, I had some help from a duplicitous vice president, Dick Cheney. Then there was George W. Bush, a gullible president who could barely locate Iraq on a map and who wanted to avenge his father and enrich his friends in the oil business. And don’t forget the neoconservatives in the White House and the Pentagon who fed cherry-picked intelligence about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, or WMD, to reporters like me.

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