Jan 20, 2007

Official List Of Potential Witnesses...

and Names that may be Mentioned during the Trial.

Floyd Abrams (Partner at the law firm Cahill, Gordon & Reindell) - Spencer Ackerman (Journalist) - David Addington (Vice President Cheney’s Chief of Staff) - Mike Allen (Washington Post Reporter) - Michael Anton (National Security Council Official) - Kirk Armfield (FBI Agent) - Richard Armitage (Former Deputy Secretary of State) - Daniel Bartlett (Counselor to the President) - Robert Bennett (Partner at the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Fhlegm) - Deborah Bond (FBI Agent) - Massimo Calabresi (Time Magazine Reporter) - Andrew Card (President Bush’s former Chief of Staff) - Jay Carney (Time Magazine Editor) - Vice President Richard (”Commander in Chief”) B. Cheney - Matthew Cooper (Time Magazine Reporter) - John Dickerson (Journalist) - Jack Eckenrode (FBI Agent) - Eric Edelman (Former Assistant to the Vice President and Ambassador to Turkey) - Douglas Feith (Former Department of Defense Official) - Jennifer Field (Former Staff Member, Office of the Vice President) - Ari Fleischer (President Bush’s Former Press Secretary) - Donald Fierce (Government Relations Consultant) - Alan Foley (CIA Official) - Carl Ford (State Department Official) - Gerard Francisco (Office of Special Counsel) - Paul Gigot (Journalist for the Wall Street Journal) - David Gregory (Chief White House Correspondent for NBC News) - Robert Grenier (Former CIA Official) - Marc Grossman (Former Undersecretary of State) - Stephen Hadley (President Bush’s National Security Advisor) - John Hannah (Vice President Cheney’s National Security Advisor) - Bill Harlow (CIA Official) - Debra Heiden (Assistant to the Vice President) - Seymour Hersh (Journalist, Contributor to The New Yorker) - Richard Hohlt (Consultant) - Bob Joseph (Under Secretary of State) - John Judis (Editor, The New Republic) - Glenn Kessler (Washington Post Reporter) - Walter Kansteiner (Former Assistant Secretary of State) - Nicholas Kristof (New York Times Columnist) - Carol Kuntz (Former Assistant to the Vice President) - Emily Lawrimore (Staff Member, Office of the Vice President) - Adam Levine (Former Assistant to the President) - Lewis (“Scooter”) Libby (the defendant; Former Chief of Staff and National Security Advisor to the Vice President)- Cathie Martin (Former Press Aid to the Vice President) - David Martin (CBS News Reporter) - Mary Matalin (Former Assistant to President Bush and Counselor to Vice President Cheney) - Chris Matthews (Television Talk Show Host and Blowhard) - Jennifer Mayfield (Former Assistant to Mr. Libby) -Scott McClellan (Former Whiter House Secretary) - Dean McGrath (Assistant to the Vice President) - John McLaughlin (Former Deputy Director of the CIA) - Judith (“Agent Eighty Sixed” “Lumber Mill” “Das Scoops”) Miller (Former New York Times Reporter) - Jennifer Millerwise (Former Press Aide to the Vice President) - Andrea Mitchell (NBC Reporter) - Robert Novak (Chicago Sun-Times Reporter) - Neil Patel (Assistant to the Vice President) - Timothy Phelps (Newsday Washington Bureau Chief) - Walter Pincus (Washington Post Reporter) - Colin Powell (Former Secretary of State) - Dana Priest (Washington Post Reporter) - Condoleeza Rice (Secretary of State) - James Risen (New York Times Reporter) - Karl Rove (President Bush’s Deputy Chief of Staff) - Knut Royce (Newsday Reporter) - Tim Russert (Enabler of Meet the Press) - David Sanger (New York Times Reporter) - Craig Schmall (CIA Employee) - Hannah Siemers (Staff Member, Office of the Vice President) - Bruce Swartz (Attorney, Department of Justice) - William Taft IV (Former Chief Legal Advisor for the Department of State; Counsel at the law firm of Fried Frank Kraut Mustard) - Joseph Tate (Partner in the law firm Dechert) - George Tenet (Former CIA Director) Evan Thomas (Assistant Managing Editor, Newsweek) - Larry Thompson (Former Deputy Attorney General) - Paul Vallely (Retired Major General of the Army) - Joseph Wilson (Former Ambassador) - Valerie Plame Wilson (Former Covert CIA Operative) - Paul Wolfowitz (Former Deputy Secretary of Defense and President of the World Bank) - Bob (“Junkyard Dog”) Woodward (Washington Post Reporter and Egomaniac)
Speaking of names - I wonder what, if any, nickname President Bush has for me and others in this case? Randall tells me he has heard "Super Glue" and "@^$%#%$$@^!" ;)

13 Comments:

Blogger Nan said...

If I had to vote for one of the two, I'd opt for the latter. ;-)

Keep up the good work - and thanks for the IDs on the list of folks. I was wondering about a few.

Nan

P.S. For those who can't get enough, there's an ongoing conversation going on in the comments over at JustOneMinute as well.

4:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe after Libby explains how he forgot his seven chats in May (and June) about Ms. Plame, Russert can explain how he forgot that his whole staff was dying to learn more about the Wilson trip.

Wow.

http://justoneminute.typepad.com/
main/2005/11/circle_the_wago.html

5:03 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

This is OT, but that horse's ass Andrew C. McCarthy has his latest article on NRO on the subject of the 11 or so US attorneys Bush is planning to replace with interims by going around the Senate and the district courts. It is an attack on Feinstein, and McCarthy points out to her that when Clinton took office in '93 he replaced every single US attorney except Chertoff. He uses the cliche about pots and kettles calling each other black in his title, but another cliche would have been more suitable, the apples and oranges one. Everyone knows that a new president has the right to appoint the people he wants to that position. It is a political appointment from the Executive Branch. Clinton, representing a different political party, had the perfect right to do so. Bush is firing people he himself appointed because they are going after political corruption which strikes to close to home for him.

5:50 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

TOO close to home, that is.

5:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My name is not on there.

6:54 PM  
Anonymous Don de Drain said...

I wonder if my name is going to be put on the list now that I "won" the caption contest for the picture of Libby, Harriet M and Cheney?

7:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't see SPB's name on there either.

7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

super glue ? what the hay ?

12:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Andy McCarthy is right, however. US attorney appointments transcend administrations. Bush did not fire every Clinton appointee.

Go Fitz!

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kick ass Fitz!!!
You can help save this country and ultimately our young people!! Thank you!

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I don't see SPB's name on there either."

LOL! Very funny whomever made that comment!!! It's not nice to talk about Biloximan while he is away...

;-)

10:03 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I'd love to see SPB and Fitz prosecute a case together. Two power men fighting for Justice. Maybe when they impeach Bush congress can appoint SPB and Fitz as Special Councils to the case. Now that's a trial I'd go to.

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB Aka Scott McClellan?

7:46 PM  

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