Not the Benghazi investigation--that's still coming along. No, the investigation of national security leaks from the Obama administration conducted by two US Attorneys. For Yemen. And the Iran nuclear computer worm. Involving the New York Times and AP.
How is that coming along? When will we be seeing their report? Christmas Eve?
Meanwhile the guy who helped interrogate Abu Zubaydah and later worked on John Kerry's Senate staff was convicted under the IIPA a few weeks ago for outing a spy.
John Kiriakou, a CIA officer from 1990-2004, was convicted only of one count of divulging the name of an operative to Matthew Cole of ABC News who was investigating those who waterboarded AQ terrorists. In exchange for pleading guilty three fourths of the charges were dropped by the government, including allegations he provided information to Times reporter Scott Shane and also published his book without proper CIA scrubbing.
He's about to get as much time as Scooter Libby--who was convicted of lying to the FBI, not outing a spy. And if you don't know who this Kiriakou guy is that's by design. Doubtful there will be a book or movie though because this guy is hard to pigeonhole. He blew the whistle on Dubya's waterboarding, then took a job with John Kerry, then was prosecuted by Obama. Hard to figure out the partisan hero angle.