This is quite the dumb headline from the AP:

“Someone,” they say?

It’s a real Scooby-Doo mystery!

The “someone” has a name, and it’s not the narrative Dems portrayed during that whole fake scandal:

And the AP is claiming Armitage leaked her name to “discredit her then-husband Joe Wilson”:

Plame became a national figure after her identity as a CIA operative was leaked by an official in President George W. Bush’s administration in 2003 in an effort to discredit her then-husband Joe Wilson.

Except Armitage leaked her name by accident and not to discredit Wilson. From CBS News in 2006:

In July 2003, Armitage told columnist Robert Novak that Ambassador Wilson’s wife worked for the CIA, and Novak mentioned it in a column. It’s a crime to knowingly reveal the identity of an undercover CIA officer. But Armitage didn’t yet realize what he had done.

So, what exactly did he tell Novak?

“At the end of a wide-ranging interview he asked me, ‘Why did the CIA send Ambassador (Wilson) to Africa?’ I said I didn’t know, but that she worked out at the agency,” Armitage says.

Armitage says he told Novak because it was “just an offhand question.” “I didn’t put any big import on it and I just answered and it was the last question we had,” he says.

Armitage adds that while the document was classified, “it doesn’t mean that every sentence in the document is classified.

“I had never seen a covered agent’s name in any memo in, I think, 28 years of government,” he says.

Well, good luck we guess. Hopefully, this goes better for Plame than that whole purchase of Twitter thing: