(Documents: CBS/AP )
Bill Burkett: The disgruntled former Guardsman who gave CBS the memos.
Mary Mapes: The CBS producer who was fired for the flawed broadcast.
Dan Rather: The former anchor, who believes the documents are real.
Andrew Heyward: The former president of CBS News who told Rather to apologize.
Leslie Moonves: The CEO of CBS who convinced Rather to remain loyal to the company.
Sumner Redstone: The Viacom chief who said the Guard story caused him “severe distress.”
Dick Thornburgh: The former U.S. attorney general who oversaw CBS’ panel review of the broadcast.