Valerie Plame Affair

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In May 2007, Senator Kit Bond, vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee asked Valerie Plame to explain differences in the various accounts Plame gave to investigators in the Plame Affair.

  • Plame told the CIA's inspector general in 2003 or 2004 that she had suggested Wilson.
  • Plame told Senate Intelligence Committee staffers in 2004 that she couldn't remember whether she had suggested Wilson.
  • She told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in March that an unidentified person in Vice President Cheney's office asked a CIA colleague about the African uranium report in February 2002. A third officer, overhearing Plame and the colleague discussing this, suggested, "Well, why don't we send Joe?" Plame told the committee.[1]


  1. Plame called on to explain varied accounts, By Richard Willing, USA TODAY, May 29, 2007.