I have not yet prepared my Libby trial pre-game, but here is an excellent overview by Josh Gerstein of the NY Sun. I endorse this:
Members of both camps are seeking vindication from Mr. Libby's impending courtroom battle, but whether they will get it is another question. The former White House official is charged with lying and obstruction of justice, not leaking, so the trial may be so circumscribed that both cheering sections are left with an unsatisfying result.
I am glumly resigned to a trial that leaves everyone scratching their heads and going home unhappy.
MSNBC also has coverage, with good pop-ups outlining the key witnesses. [under 'reporters' we learn that andrea mitchell has, not surprisingly, been subpoenaed. and yes, i am borrowing ee cummings computer and can't get the shift key to work. earlier, it was 'a' that was blocked out, and i was going to comment on 'ms. mitchell'. my so-called life.] I was unnerved by this description of Robert Grenier:
A veteran CIA official, he served in 2003 as the chief of the department that helped plan the Iraq invasion. Defense attorneys believe Grenier, or former Deputy CIA Director John McLaughlin, is the unidentified officer who prosecutors say told Libby on June 11, 2003 that Wilson's wife worked for the CIA.
I had not inferred from the filings that the issue was in doubt.
Finally, the invaluable and indefatigable Murray Waas gets a sneak peek at more of Libby's grand jury testimony, and provides more background to the skepticism with which Libby's story was greeted.