Lots of todo over the Fitzgerald filing (PDF) arguing that the parts of Judge Tatel's opinion that relate to Libby can be released, but not the rest. Seems reasonable to me, even if Dow Jones will try to do their buddy Karl a favor by getting it released. But here's the most interesting bit of Fitzgerald's finding, IMO:
In addition, all but one of the witnesses discussed in this portion of the redacted pages have publicly disclosed the substance of their own testimony before the grand jury.(9)
Fitzgerald is basically saying we've heard all of the testimony that was included in that redacted bit save the testimony of one witness. We've heard the testimony of Russert (kind of), Judy (to the best of her ability), and Cooper. So whose testimony about Libby have we not yet heard?
I think the most banal (and perhaps likely) answer is that this witness is the SAO who spoke to WaPo for their September 28, 2003 story--the person who described two senior administration officials calling six journalists.
But it may be a journalist we haven't yet heard from.
Bob Novak? Could be--although Bob probably only has information relevent to Libby that he got through Rove. Unless Novak is lying about his second source.
Tim Russert? Filling in the blanks that have been driving us all batty?
Or will we finally learn what Mrs. Greenspan knows of this affair?
In any case, I think it's probably SAO. In any case, we'll soon find out, assuming these pages get released before the rest of the Dow Jones request is decided.