The LAT (followed by the NYT and the WP) reports that, on Monday, Patrick Fitzgerald had the FBI asking questions of Karl Rove’s co-workers and Valerie Plame’s neighbors.
Roll Call (according to Josh Marshall) reports that, on Tuesday, Fitzgerald himself visited Robert Luskin, Rove’s lawyer, at Luskin’s office.
There are three things I can imagine that Fitzgerald could have had to say to Luskin. Only one of them calls for a visit rather than a phone call.
1. I’ve got bad news for you. We’re indicting you guy.
2. We’re not indicting your guy. Congratulations. Good game.
3. OK, we’ve shot down your last two defenses. Does your guy want to plead, and whom else can he give us?