In a 2011 interview, Plame said she and Wilson had received threats while living in the D. metro area, and while she acknowledged an element of threat remains in their new home, the New Mexico location "tamps down the whole swirl." Two of her covers include serving as a junior consular officer in the early 1990s in Athens and then later an energy analyst for the private company (founded in 1994) "Brewster Jennings & Associates," which the CIA later acknowledged was a front company for certain investigations. After the Persian Gulf War in 1991, the CIA sent her first to the London School of Economics and then the College of Europe, in Bruges, for Master's degrees.
Legal documents published in the course of the CIA leak grand jury investigation, United States v.
His sentence included a 0,000 fine, 30 months in prison and two years of probation. Bush commuted Libby's sentence, removing the jail term but leaving in place the fine and probation, calling the sentence "excessive." The Wilsons responded to the commutation in statements posted by their legal counsel, Melanie Sloan, executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), and on their own legal support website. On the current justice department position, Sloan stated: "We are deeply disappointed that the Obama administration has failed to recognize the grievous harm top Bush White House officials inflicted on Joe and Valerie Wilson.
On July 13, 2006, Joseph and Valerie Wilson filed a civil lawsuit against Rove, Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney, and other unnamed senior White House officials (to whom they later added Richard Armitage) Melanie Sloan, of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, which represents the Wilsons, "said the group will request the full D. The government's position cannot be reconciled with President Obama's oft-stated commitment to once again make government officials accountable for their actions." On March 8, 2007, two days after the verdict in the Libby trial, Congressman Henry Waxman, chair of the United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, announced that his committee would ask Plame to testify on March 16, in an effort by his committee to look into "whether White House officials followed appropriate procedures for safeguarding Plame's identity." On March 16, 2007, at these hearings about the disclosure, Waxman read a statement about Plame's CIA career that had been cleared by CIA director Gen. Hayden and the CIA, stating that she was undercover and that her employment status with the CIA was classified information prohibited from disclosure under Executive Order 12958.
She worked on Blue Gender: The Warrior and some episodes of Case Closed.
Her first major ADR Directing project was Gunslinger Girl, in which she also voices Henrietta. She became a line producer for the Funimation dub of Shin-Chan and also voiced the title character.
In 1997, while she was working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Plame met former Ambassador Joseph C.