Well there’s some good news. Josh Wolf freed from prison.
Seems to be a mixed result, though.
On the positive side, Wolf is free, didn’t have to testify for the Grand Jury, and no one else is going to jail.
On the negative side, Wolf did release the videotapes (which it turns out had zero incriminating evidence of any crimes whatsoever), had to answer two questions to prosecutors (in private, I think) and had to spend 226 days in jail to get any sort of compromise.
So while the best outcome would have been “Wolf freed, Feds give up, no Grand Jury, tapes remain private, Feds admit illegal behavior, George W. Bush spontaneously combusts”, we instead get “Wolf freed, no Grand Jury, tapes publicized but no one else incriminated, George W. Bush prepares to invade Iran.”
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