Last Quote of the Day (Promise!)

Scooter Libby's defense attorney explains why Libby would not have perjured himself.

By Alex Koppelman
Published January 23, 2007 10:13PM (EST)

Yes, we know, we've already identified two separate quotes as our "Quote of the Day," but we just couldn't resist another one.

"Mr. Libby was a very busy man, but he wasn't stupid; nobody's going to tell you he was a nut."

That's from Ted Wells, Scooter Libby's defense attorney; it's his attempt to explain why his client would not perjure himself by making up a lie he thought he might be caught in. It brought more than a couple of laughs from the media room, where reporters and bloggers are watching a closed-circuit broadcast of the trial.


Alex Koppelman

Alex Koppelman is a staff writer for Salon.

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