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Valerie Plame Wilson
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Torture, surveillance, CIA prisons: In Bush’s lame-duck years, it seems the only government secrets are open ones. One of these, of course, led to the scandalous outing of Valerie Plame Wilson as a CIA spy. The embargo on her book, Fair Game: My Life As a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House, was broken last week—she got around the CIA injunction by having a journalist write about her years of service in an afterword (there’s blacked-out type on other pages). Expect more revelations now that the glamorous anti-Bush poster woman launches her book tour—some, perhaps, tonight.