Reporter in leak case to take leave of absence effective immediately


RAW STORY has confirmed that New York Times reporter Judith Miller, who spent 85 days in jail protecting her source in the recent CIA leak investigation, will take an indefinite leave of absence effective immediately.

"Judy is going to take some time off until we decide what she is doing next," said Catherine Matthis, the Times' spokesperson.

Two reporters inside the newsroom say they have heard Miller will resign from the paper.