NYT reporter Miller held in "New Generation" jail in Northern Virginia

[JURIST] New York Times reporter Judith Miller [Wikipedia profile], who was ordered jailed [JURIST report] for contempt after refusing to reveal a source in conjunction with a federal criminal investigation into an intelligence leak, is at the Alexandria Detention Facility [official website] in Alexandria, Virginia, after being brought to the facility late Wednesday. The jail, touted as a "New Generation" facility, houses all prisoners under the local sheriff's custody, whether they are local, state, or federal prisoners. Among those hold there is convicted terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui [JURIST news archive]. Editor & Publisher has more.

 

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