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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Libby Proposed Verdict Form [Doc 287]

OCR Job, again.


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 1 of 7

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

VERDICT FORM

Count One

    With respect to the offense of obstruction of justice, we, the jury, unanimously find Mr. Libby:

    Not Guilty _____             Guilty _____

If you find Mr. Libby Not Guilty, please continue to Count Two.

If you find him Guilty, please fill out the question on the next page before

continuing to Count Two.


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 2 of 7

Count One - Continued

[Please answer this question only if you found Mr. Libby Guilty of Count One.]

    We, the jury, have found Mr, Libby Guilty of Count One because we have unanimously found that the government proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Libby corruptly endeavored to influence, obstruct, or impede the due administration of justice by knowingly and deliberately making one or both of the following statements to the grand jury, which Mr. Libby knew to be false when he made it, and which was material to the grand jury investigation:

____ That when Mr. Libby spoke with Tim Russert of NBC News, on July 10 or 11, 2003, Mr. Russert asked Mr. Libby if Mr. Libby knew that Joseph Wilson's wife worked for the CIA and that all the reporters knew it; and, that at the time of this conversation, Mr. Libby was surprised to hear that Mr. Wilson's wife worked for the CIA.

____ That Mr. Libby advised Matthew Cooper of Time magazine on or about July 12, 2003 that he had heard that other reporters were saying that Mr. Wilson's wife worked for the CIA, and further advised him that Mr. Libby did not know whether this assertion was true.

[Please continue to Count Two]


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 3 of 7

Count Two

(July 10 or July 11, 2003, Conversation with Mr. Russert)

    With respect to the first offense of making false statements to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, we, the jury, unanimously find Mr. Libby:

    Not Guilty _____             Guilty _____


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 4 of 7

Count Three

(July 12, 2003, Conversation with Mr. Cooper)

    With respect to the second offense of making false statements to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, we, the jury, unanimously find Mr, Libby

    Not Guilty _____             Guilty _____


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 5 of 7

Count Four

(July 10 or July 11, 2003, Conversation with Mr. Russert)

    With respect to the first charged offense of perjury, we, the jury, unanimously find Mr. Libby:

    Not Guilty _____             Guilty _____


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 6 of 7

Count Five

(July 12, 2003, Conversation with Mr. Cooper)

    With respect to the second charged offense of perjury, we, the jury, unanimously find Mr. Libby:

    Not Guilty _____             Guilty _____


Case 1:05-cr-00394-RBW     Document 287     Filed 02/14/2007     Page 7 of 7

Dated February 14, 2007


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