Shuster: 'Prosecutors still looking for ways to pursue Cheney'
According to MSNBC's David Shuster, legal sources say that if I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby is convicted for perjury and obstruction, prosecutors may try to get him to turn over evidence against the Vice President.
"Legal sources confirm to MSNBC tonight that if Libby is convicted, prosecutors are expected to attempt to revisit Libby’s vague testimony about Vice President Cheney," Shuster said. "The idea is that prosecutors would seek to flip Libby to get at suspicions about the Vice President."
"Prosecutors are still seeking to pursue Cheney in the overall investigation," he added.
The X factor in the case is whether if Libby is convicted he will be pardoned by President Bush -- in which case all bets are off.
Closing arguments for Libby's trial begin today. The following video contains a clip of Shuster's Monday night report on MSNBC Countdown.