The Liberal Avenger points to a wonderful Salon article which asks "four of the biggest questions Fitzgerald’s investigation may be able to answer". I’ll post the "questions", but seriously, the whole article is worth a read:
Did the vice president’s office put pressure on intelligence analysts in the run-up to war?
Did pressure from the vice president’s office have anything to do with the more aggressive views expressed in the 2002 National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) or the accompanying "white paper" about Iraq’s weapons threat?
Who forged the Niger documents that purported to show a sales agreement for Uranium with Iraq?
What role did the vice president’s office and the Pentagon play in gathering and disseminating intelligence from sources outside the normal intelligence process?
Inquiring (enquiring?) minds want to know.