That's not exactly how it's being presented, of course, but I think we can all read between the lines.
There's a lot of funny stuff here, mostly in the form of Miller quotes:
I have chosen to resign because over the last few months, I have become the news, something a New York Times reporter never wants to be."
Yeah, Judy Miller just loathes the spotlight. Her and Terrell Owens.
Though some colleagues disagreed with my decision to testify, for me to have stayed in jail after achieving my conditions would have seemed self-aggrandizing martyrdom or worse, a deliberate effort to obstruct the prosecutor's inquiry into serious crimes.
Pure comedy. Miller is mind-bending in her ability to live in an absolute fantasy world with regard to the essential framework of the story in which she is operating. Reminds me of, I don't know, some kind of neocon wingnut.
Good riddance to bad rubbish. Though of course she'll be on the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal in ten months or less.