I. Lewis “Scooter” Libber -- who is referred to as "Lewis I. Libby" in Conyers' letter -- was chief of staff to Vice President Cheney. Suskind alleges that the order for the forgery was initiated in the vice president’s office.
George Tenet, then-head of the CIA.
Rob Richer, former CIA deputy director of clandestine operations and chief of the Near East Division. Suskind alleges Richer was tasked by tenet to produce the letter.
John Maguire was allegedly briefed by Richer and told to execute the letter and disseminate it in Baghdad.
A.B. “Buzzy” Krongard was said to have “expressed concern” about the letter.
John Hannah, assistant to the vice present for National Security Affairs, got a letter by virtue of his employment with the vice president.