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Published on Aug 21, 2007
New York Times reporter Judith Miller faced up to 18 months of jail time for "contempt of court" after refusing to reveal her sources in the probe of who leaked CIA operative Valerie Plame's name to the press. In this event for the Graduate School of Journalism, she discusses "The Consequences of Confidential Sources: Jail" in conversation with Lowell Bergman, an adjunct professor at the Graduate School. Miller is an author and Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent who focuses on national security issues, with special emphasis on terrorism, the Middle East and weapons of mass destruction. Bergman is one of the founding members of the Center for Investigative Reporting. He spent 16 years as a producer...