Miller was part of the team that won a 2002 Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on the al Qaeda terrorist network. However, her reporting on Iraq’s weapons programs was widely criticized when no such programs emerged after the fall of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
The paper’s executive editor, Bill Keller, was complimentary of Miller in a Wednesday memo to his staff. "She displayed fierce determination and personal courage both in pursuit of the news and in resisting assaults on the freedom of news organizations to report," states the memo posted on the Times Web site.
And as for her makin’ shit up so the neocons could have their war, well, the NY Times is strangely silent about that. Ditto for her going to jail to protect liars in the White House.