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Journalist Jailed

photoAll along, New York Times reporter Judith Miller said she wouldn't name her source in the Valerie Plame/CIA leak case. Today, a judge sentenced her to jail.

Miller said she had no choice but to protect her source. The prosecutor, US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, countered that "we can't have 50,000 journalists each making their own decision about whether to reveal sources."

Hear some of the country's top journalists weigh in on the Miller case.

Guests:

Tom Brune, covers the Justice Department for Newsday.

Jay Rosen, professor at New York University School of Journalism.

Anne Gordon, managing editor The Philadelphia Inquirer.

This program aired on July 6, 2005. The audio for this program is not available.

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