Valerie Plame’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Valerie Plame Shoe Size

Biography

Valerie Plame’s shoe size and other body measurements are found below!

Author and CIA officer who wrote the best-selling memoir, Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House (2007). The work was subsequently adapted into a film starring Naomi Watts and Sean Penn.

She earned degrees from Pennsylvania State University, the London School of Economics, and the College of Europe before joining the CIA in 1985.

She first gained attention for her testimony at the 2007 House Oversight Committee hearing.

She was briefly married to first husband, Todd Sesler, during the late 1980s. She and her second husband, diplomat Joseph Wilson, became parents to twins Trevor and Samantha in 2000.

Congressman Henry Waxman forced Plame to testify at the House Oversight Committee’s 2007 hearing.

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Quotes

I am angry when I hear things like Cheney whispering into Bush’s ear on the way to Obama’s inauguration to ask him to pardon ‘Scooter’ Libby and not to ‘leave a soldier on the battlefield’. What kind of metaphor is that for his petty partisan views, when you have men and women giving the ultimate sacrifice? I have nothing but contempt.

Valerie Plame

There’s a huge impact on national security and intelligence. The new normal is going to be more and more of these hacks, whether it’s Target or Home Depot or the Office of Personnel Management or Jennifer Lawrence’s nude photos.

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I would never jeopardize classified information. I served my country well and loyally, and I had to sue the C.I.A. on First Amendment grounds.

Valerie Plame

North Korea is the errant teenage child, aren’t they? Or toddler – they’re holding their breath until they get their way.

Valerie Plame

There is not adequate whistleblower protection.

Valerie Plame

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