By: E&P Staff
Judith Miller, the former New York Times reporter who left the paper amid tumult over her role in the Plame/CIA leak case, has accepted a position at the the conservative Manhattan Institute in New York City.
New York magazine on its Web site, in an item titled, “Judith Miller Finally Lands in the ‘Right’ Place,” noted that she has written for the think-tank’s City Journal already.
It quoted a release from her: ?The Manhattan Institute is doing pioneering work in policing and counter-terrorism. As an adjunct fellow, I hope to continue writing about how best to enhance national security and public safety without sacrificing our freedom and civil liberties.?