Newsweek: Leak prosecutor's boss likely to be replaced with Bush classmate; 'Skull and Bones'


Newsweek's Michael Isikoff will splash a story in tomorrow's Newsweek which reveals that the boss of CIA leak probe prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is likely to be replaced by a former Bush classmate at Yale.

What's more, Newsweek has found that the new boss is a fellow initiate of the Yale secret society, Skull and Bones. Details will appear on the magazine's website early Sunday and on newsstands Monday.

Among other Skull and Bones initiates are William Taft, the 27th President of the United States; Henry Luce, the founder of Time Magazine; and Senator John Kerry (D-MA).


Patrick Fitzgerald, who is from Chicago, has been incredibly secretive about his investigation into who outed covert CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson, and is known to be distrustful of the press.

Read more in Newsweek tomorrow.


Originally published on Saturday August 6, 2005.


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