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Valerie Plame, Publisher Lose Memoir Appeal

Court rules to keep parts of ex-spy’s book classified.

A former CIA agent whose unmasking led to the conviction of former Vice President Dick Cheney’s top aide lost an appeal on Thursday to declassify parts of her memoir.

Valerie Plame Wilson and her publisher Simon & Schuster sued the CIA in 2007 to overturn its efforts to black out the dates she worked for the agency prior to 2002 in her now published memoir "Fair Game."

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