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Persons

    • Aaron, David L., Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
    • Adriázola Valda, Oscar, Major General (retired), Bolivian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship until July 1978
    • Agosti, Orlando, Brigadier General, Argentine Air Force Chief and Junta member from 1976 until 1981
    • Aguirre Asanza, Carlos, General, Chief of Staff of Ecuadorian Joint Command
    • Aja Espil, Jorge, Argentine Ambassador to the United States from 1976 until 1981
    • Alba, Wenceslao, Bolivian Minister of Finance from 1978 until 1979
    • Albright, Madeleine, Congressional Relations Officer, Press and Congressional Relations Office, National Security Council, from March 1978 until January 1981
    • Allara, Gualter Oscar, Admiral, Argentine Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
    • Allende, Salvador, President of Chile from 1970 until 1973
    • Allitto, Tony, Ecuador Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from 1977 until 1978
    • Almeyda, Clodomiro, leader of the Chilean Socialist Party and Foreign Minister from 1970 until 1973
    • Alvarado, Luis, Peruvian Ambassador to the Organization of American States until 1978
    • Alvarez, Alvaro, Uruguayan Director of Foreign Policy Issues from 1977 until 1978
    • Alvarez, Gregorio, General, head of the Uruguayan National Security Council from 1973 and Commander in Chief of the Army from February 1978 until February 1979
    • Alzamora, Carlos, Peruvian Representative to the United Nations
    • Amenabar, Tomas, Chilean Chargé d’Affaires in Washington, 1978
    • Anderson, David, Deputy Executive Secretary, Department of State, from 1977 until 1978
    • Anderson, Jack, investigative journalist
    • Araoz Levy, Gaston, Bolivian Foreign Minister, 1980
    • Arbulu Galliani, Guillermo, Peruvian Prime Minister and Minister of War from 1976 until 1978
    • Arce Alvarez, Roberto, Bolivian Ambassador to the United States from 1979
    • Arce Gomez, Luis “Lucho”, Colonel, Bolivian Minister of Interior from 1980
    • Arias-Schreiber, Alfonso, Peruvian Ambassador to the United States, from 1979 until 1980
    • Arismendi, Rodney, leader of the Uruguayan Communist Party, in exile in the Soviet Union from 1975
    • Arlia, Juan Carlos, Chief, Human Rights Working Group, Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Arnez Camacho, Antonio, General, Bolivian Minister of Defense from 1980
    • Arns, Paulo Evaristo, Cardinal, Archbishop of Sao Paulo, Brazil
    • Arrata Macias, Andres, General (retired), Ecuadorian Defense Minister until 1979
    • Arria, Diego, Venezuelan Minister of Information and Tourism from 1977 until 1978; independent candidate in the 1978 presidential election
    • Asencio, Diego Cortes, U.S. Ambassador to Colombia from 1977 until 1980
    • Ayala Lasso, Jose, Ecuadoran Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs until July 1977; Minister of Foreign Affairs from July 1977 until August 1979
    • Banzer Suárez, Hugo, President of Bolivia until July 1978
    • Barcella, Jr., E. Lawrence, Assistant U.S. Attorney in Letelier investigation
    • Barco, Virgilio, Colombian Ambassador to the United States
    • Barnebey, Malcolm R., Director of Andean Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State
    • Barrios Bustillos, Gonzalo, Venezuelan politician; founding member of the Democratic Action party
    • Barros, Jose Miguel, Chilean Ambassador to the United States from 1978
    • Bartholomew, Reginald H., Deputy Director, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State, from January until November 1977; member, USSR/East Europe Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from November 1977 until April 1979; Director, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State, from July 1979
    • Batista y Zaldivar, Fulgencio, President of Cuba from 1952 until 1959
    • Bedregal Gutierrez, Guillermo, Bolivian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship, November 1979
    • Begin, Menachem, Prime Minister of Israel from June 1977
    • Belaunde Terry, Fernando, President of Peru, from 1980
    • Bell, Griffin B., U.S. Attorney General from January 26, 1977, until July 19, 1979
    • Bendahan, Raul, General, Commander in Chief of the Uruguayan Air Force from 1978
    • Bennet, Douglas J., Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs, Department of State, from March 1977 until August 1979; Administrator of the Agency for International Development from August 1979
    • Bensinger, Peter, Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration
    • Benson, Lucy Wilson, Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs, Department of State, from March 1977 until August 1977; Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology, Department of State, from August 1977 until January 1980
    • Bentsen, Lloyd, Senator (D–Texas)
    • Bergland, Bob S., Secretary of Agriculture
    • Bergsten, C. Fred, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs; member, Board of Directors, Overseas Private Investment Corporation
    • Bernal, Rene, General, Christian Democratic Party candidate in the 1978 Bolivian presidential election
    • Bernal, Carlos, Colombian Ambassador to the Organization of American States from 1979
    • Betancourt, Romulo, President of Venezuela from 1945 until 1948 and again from 1959 until 1964
    • Blake, Melville, Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Panama City from 1978
    • Bloomfield, Lincoln P., National Security Council Staff from June 1979 until August 1980
    • Bloomfield, Richard, U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador until 1978
    • Blumenthal, W. Michael, Secretary of the Treasury from January 1977 until July 1979
    • Boeker, Paul Harold, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Finance and Development, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, Department of State, until 1977; U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia from September 1977 until February 1980; Director of the Foreign Service Institute from March 1980
    • Borad, Jorge, General, head of Uruguayan delegation to Inter-American Human Rights Council-related discussions, January 1978
    • Borg, C. Arthur, Special Assistant to the Secretary and Executive Secretary of the Department of State until April 1977
    • Borquez Montero, Israel, President of the Chilean Supreme Court from 1978
    • Botelho Gozálvez, Raul, Bolivian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship from November 1978 until August 1979
    • Boumediene, Houari, President of Algeria until December 1978
    • Bourne, Peter, Special Assistant to the President for Health Issues and Director of the White House Office of Drug Abuse Policy from June 1977 until July 1978
    • Bova, Michele M., Acting Director, Office of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1977; Economics and International Financial Institutions, Office of Human Rights, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, , Department of State, from 1977 until 1979
    • Bowdler, William Garton, Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from December 1979
    • Boyatt, Thomas David, Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Santiago until 1978; U.S Ambassador to Colombia from December 1980
    • Bravo, Alfredo, co-president and founder of the Argentine Permanent Assembly for Human Rights
    • Bremer, L. Paul III “Jerry”, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Oslo until 1979; Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State from 1979
    • Bretel Barba, Hugo, Bolivian Minister of National Defense until July 1978
    • Brown, George S., General, USAF; Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until June 1978
    • Brown, Harold, Secretary of Defense
    • Brown, Leslie H., Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology, from 1977 until 1979; Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs from 1979
    • Brown, Timothy C., Uruguay Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, from October 1978 until October 1979
    • Brzezinski, Zbigniew, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
    • Bucaram, Assad, leader of the Ecuadoran Concentration of People’s Forces party
    • Buchanan, James E., Office of Research and Analysis for American Republics, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
    • Buffum, William, United Nations Undersecretary for Political and General Assembly Affairs, September 1977
    • Bumpus, James, Argentina Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, 1977
    • Busch, Alberto Natusch, See Natusch
    • Bushnell, John A., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from January 1979 until 1980
    • Cahill, Jacklyn A., Staff Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, Department of State, until 1977; Special Assistant to Secretary of State Vance from 1977
    • Caldera, Rafael, President of Venezuela from 1969 until 1974
    • Calderon Berti, Humberto, Venezuelan Minister of Energy and Mines from March 1979
    • Calderon Munoz, Abdon, Radical Alfarist Front candidate in the 1978 Ecuadoran presidential election; assassinated November 29, 1978
    • Calderon Fournier, Rafael Angel, Costa Rican Minister of Foreign Relations from 1978 until 1980
    • Callaghan, James, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom until May 1979
    • Calvani Silva, Aristides, Venezuelan Senator; Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1969 until 1974
    • Camacho Leyva, Luis Carlos, Colombian Minister of National Defense, from 1978
    • Campora, Hector, President of Argentina from May until July 1973
    • Camps, Ramon Juan Alberto, Brigadier General; chief of Buenos Aires provincial police
    • Caprio, Giuseppe, Archbishop, Substitute for General Affairs, Vatican Secretariat of State until May 1979
    • Carazo Odio, Rodrigo, President of Costa Rica from 1978
    • Cardenal, Ramiro, Nicaraguan businessman and opposition leader; member of the Group of 12
    • Cardoso, Fernando Henrique, Brazilian academic
    • Cardozo, Hilarion, Venezuelan Representative to the Organization of American States
    • Carter, Hodding III, Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Department of State spokesperson from March 23, 1977, until June 30, 1980
    • Carter, James Earl “Jimmy”, President of the United States
    • Carter, Rosalynn, First Lady of the United States
    • Carvajal Prado, Patricio,Vice Admiral, Chilean Minister of Foreign Relations, until 1978
    • Casaroli, Agostino, Cardinal, Vatican Secretary of State
    • Castro, Fidel, President of Cuba
    • Castro, Raul Hector, U.S. Ambassador to Argentina from November 1977 until July 1980
    • Cauas Lama, Jorge, Chilean Ambassador to the United States from January 1977 until March 1978
    • Cavalcanti, Gerardo Holanda, Brazilian Ambassador to UNESCO from 1978
    • Cerda, Carlos Horacio, Lieutenant Colonel, Argentine presidential aide
    • Chafee, John H., Senator (R-Rhode Island)
    • Chamorro Cardenal, Pedro Joaquin, director of the Nicaraguan opposition newspaper La Prensa; assassinated January 10, 1978
    • Chaplin, Maxwell, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires until 1980
    • Cheek, James R., Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Montevideo from 1977 until 1979
    • Christopher, Warren “Chris”, Deputy Secretary of State
    • Civiletti, Benjamin R., Deputy Attorney General from 1978 until 1979; Attorney General from 1979
    • Clegg, Calvin, FBI special agent
    • Clift, A. Denis, Assistant for National Security Affairs to Vice President Mondale
    • Cohen, Roberta, Office of Human Rights, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State, from 1977
    • Cohen, Steven B., member, Policy Planning Staff, from 1977 until 1978; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State, from 1978
    • Consalvi Bottaro, Simon, Venezuelan Representative to the United Nations to July 1977; Minister of Foreign Affairs from July 1977 until March 1979
    • Contreras Sepulveda, Juan Manuel, Colonel, Director of the Chilean Directorate of National Intelligence to its abolition in August 1977; indicted for the murder of Orlando Letelier in August 1978
    • Cooper, Richard Newell, Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
    • Cordova Rivas, Rafael, member of the Nicaraguan Provisional Junta from May 1980
    • Cornick, Carter, FBI agent
    • Corr, Edwin G., Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Quito, 1978. U.S. Ambassador to Peru from October 1980
    • Cranston, Alan, U.S. Senator (D–California)
    • Crespo Gutierrez, Alberto, Bolivian Ambassador to the United States until 1977
    • Crespo Zaldumbide, Ricardo, Ecuadoran Ambassador to the United States from 1979
    • Crigler, Trusten Frank, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Bogota, 1979
    • Crimmins, John H., U.S. Ambassador to Brazil until 1978
    • Crowley, John Joseph, Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Caracas from 1977 until 1980
    • Cubillos Sallato, Hernán, Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1978 until 1980
    • Cura, Raul, Under Secretary for International Economic Relations, Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship, from 1977 until 1980
    • Cutler, Lloyd N., White House Counsel from 1979
    • da Silveira, Antonio Francisco Azaredo, Brazilian Foreign Minister until March 1979; Brazilian Ambassador to the United States from March 1979
    • Dalton, Roberto, Argentine Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires in Washington from 1978
    • de la Puente Radbill, Jose, Foreign Minister of Peru from 1977 until 1978
    • Delfante, Enrique, Uruguayan Sub-Secretary of Foreign Relations until 1978
    • Delfim Netto, Antônio, Brazilian Minister of Planning from August 1979
    • Denend, Leslie G. “Les”, member, Global Issues Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from July 1977 until June 1979; Special Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs from January 1980
    • Derian, Patricia Murphy “Patt”, Coordinator for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Office of the Deputy Secretary of State, from June 1977 until August 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from August 1977
    • D’Escoto Brockmann, Miguel, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister from 1979, member of the Group of 12; Maryknoll Catholic priest
    • Devine, Frank J., Office Director, Office of Andean Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1977
    • Diaz Bessone, Ramon, Argentine Minister of Planning until December 1977
    • Diez Urzua, Sergio, Chilean Representative to the United Nations
    • Dion, J. Mark, U.S. Alternate Representative to the Organization of American States in 1977; Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Asuncion from 1978, Chargé d’Affaires from January until September 1980
    • Dodson, Christine, Deputy Staff Secretary, National Security Council, from January until May 1977; Staff Secretary from May 1977
    • Donovan, Hedley, Senior Advisor to President Carter from August 1979 until August 1980
    • Drexler, Robert W., Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Bogota until 1978
    • Driscoll, Robert S., Chile Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, 1977
    • Duncan, Charles W., Jr., Deputy Secretary of Defense from 1977 until 1979; Secretary of Energy from 1979
    • Durán Arcentales, Luis Guillermo, General, Commander of the Ecuadorian Army; Member of the Supreme Council of Government, 1979
    • Durán-Ballen Cordovez, Sixto, National Constitutionalist Front candidate in the 1978 Ecuadorian presidential election
    • Dworkin, Douglas A., Special Assistant to Deputy Secretary of State Christopher from 1978
    • Earle, Ralph II, Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency from 1980
    • Eastman, Jorge Mario, Colombian Ambassador to the United States from 1980
    • Eaton, Samuel, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Inter-American Affairs from 1979 until 1980
    • Einaudi, Luigi, Director of Policy Planning for Public and Congressional Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, 1977; Bureau of Inter-American Affairs Staff Director for National Security Council Interdepartmental Groups, 1980
    • Eizenstat, Stuart E., Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs and Policy and Executive Director of the Domestic Council
    • Erb, Guy F., member, International Economics Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from September 1977 until January 1980; Deputy Director of the International Development Cooperation Agency from January 1980
    • Ericson, Richard A., Jr., Deputy Director, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, until November 1978; U.S. Ambassador to Iceland from November 1978
    • Escobar Sierra, Hugo, Colombian Minister of Justice from 1978 until 1980
    • Escovar Salom, Ramon, Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs until 1977
    • Espeche Gil, Manuel Angel, Official, Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Espinoza Bravo, Pedro, Brigadier General, Director of Operations of the Chilean Directorate of National Intelligence to its abolition in August 1977; indicted for the murder of Orlando Letelier in August 1978
    • Etcheberry, Alfredo, Chilean attorney representing the U.S. Government in the Letelier proceedings in Chile
    • Febres-Cordero, Leon, Ecuadorina political operative
    • Feinberg, Richard, member, Policy Planning Staff, from 1977 until 1980
    • Fernandez Saavedra, Gustavo, Bolivian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship, August 1979
    • Fernandez Larios, Armando, Captain, Chilean Directorate of National Intelligence agent; indicted in August 1978 for his part in the murder of Orlando Letelier (also used pseudonym Alejandro Romeral)
    • Fernandez, Sergio, Chilean Interior Minister from 1978
    • Ferreira Aldunate, Wilson, Uruguayan Senator from 1967 until 1973
    • Figueiredo, Joao Batista, Chief of the Brazilian National Intelligence Service until 1978; President of Brazil from 1979
    • Fimbres, Rudy Valdez, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Quito, 1979
    • Fisher, Richard W., Executive Assistant, Department of State, 1978
    • Flood, Patrick J., Regional Affairs Officer, South America, Caribbean and the Organization of American States, Office of Human Rights, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State, from 1978 until 1980; Officer in Charge of Human Rights Affairs, U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, from 1980
    • Folle Martinez, Adolfo, Uruguayan Minister of Foreign Minister from July 1978
    • Fraser, Donald M., Member, House of Representatives (D–Minnesota) until January 1979
    • Frei, Eduardo, President of Chile from 1964 until 1970
    • Fretes Davalos, Alejandro, General, Chief of Staff of the Paraguayan Army
    • Fuller, Alexander S. C., Peru County Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, 1977; Alternate Director of Andean Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, August 1978
    • Galtieri, Leopoldo Fortunato, Major General, Argentine Army office; Commander in Chief of Argentine Army after 1980
    • Garcia Bedoya, Carlos, Peruvian Ambassador to the United States until January 1979; Peruvian Foreign Minister from February 1979
    • Garcia Bustillos, Gonzalo, Venezuelan Minister of the Secretariat of the Presidency from 1979
    • Garcia Meza Tejada, Luis, General, Commander of the Bolivian Army; led military coup and became President of Bolivia in July 1980
    • Gardner, Richard N., U.S. Ambassador to Italy
    • Geisel, Ernesto, General, President of Brazil until 1979
    • Gelb, Leslie H., Director, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, from February 1977 until June 1979
    • Giambruno, Carlos, Uruguayan Representative to the United Nations, 1977; Foreign Policy Director, Uruguayan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1978
    • Gilman, Benjamin A., Member, House of Representatives (R–New York)
    • Giscard d’Estaing, Valery, President of France
    • Glenn, John, Senator (D–Ohio)
    • Gonzalez, Raymond E., U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador from 1978
    • Gonzalez Revilla, Nicolas, Panamanian Minister of Foreign Affairs
    • Goodpaster, Andrew J., General, USA, Commandant of West Point; Envoy to Argentina and Brazil in 1980 for talks regarding the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan
    • Graham, Richard C., Desk Officer for Uruguay and Paraguay, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs
    • Graiver, David, Argentine banker and stockholder in La Opinion, a newspaper published by Jacobo Timerman died in a plane crash in 1976; posthumously accused of laundering money for the Montoneros
    • Griffin, Robert P., Senator (R–Michigan) until January 1979
    • Gromyko, Andrei, Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs
    • Guanes Serrano, Benito, Colonel, Paraguayan Army Intelligence Chief
    • Gueiler Tejada, Lidia, President of Bolivia from November 1979 until July 1980
    • Guerra, Manuel, Ecuador Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs
    • Guerreiro, Ramiro Saraiva, Brazilian Foreign Ministry General Secretary until 1978; Foreign Minister from 1979
    • Guevara Arze, Walter, Authentic Revolution Party candidate in 1978 Bolivian presidential election; President of Bolivia from August until November 1979
    • Gutierrez, Mario., leader of the Bolivian Socialist Falange party
    • Guzman, Ralph C., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, from 1978 until 1979
    • Guzzetti, Cesar Augusto, Argentine Minister of Foreign Relations and Worship until May 1977
    • Habib, Philip C., Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs until April 1978; thereafter, Senior Adviser to the Secretary of State on Caribbean Issues
    • Hanson, Thor, Admiral, Director of the Joint Staff, from 1979 until 1980
    • Harguindeguy, Albano, General, Argentine Minister of the Interior
    • Harkin, Thomas, Member, U.S. House of Representatives (D–Iowa)
    • Harris, F. A. “Tex”, First Secretary, U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires, from 1977 until 1979
    • Haya de la Torre, Victor Raul, founder and leader of the APRA party; President of the Peruvian Constituent Assembly from 1978 until 1979
    • Heaphy, Eileen M., Colombia Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, November 1980
    • Heavner, Theodore “Ted”, Director, Office of Operations and Policy, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, from August 1977
    • Henning, Geraldo Azevedo, Admiral, Brazilian Minister of the Navy
    • Heredia, Horatio H., President of the Supreme Court of Argentina until 1978
    • Hernandez Acosta, Valentin, Venezuelan Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons until March 1979
    • Herrera Campins, Luis, President of Venezuela from 1979
    • Hervas, Anthony, Department of State interpreter
    • Hidalgo, Edward, Secretary of the Navy from 1979
    • Hidalgo Sola, Hector, Argentine Ambassador to Venezuela; member of the Radical Party, disappeared in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1977
    • Hill, Robert C., U.S. Ambassador to Argentina until 1977
    • Hodges, Luther H., Jr., Deputy Secretary of Commerce from 1980
    • Hollings, Ernest “Friz”, Member, House of Representative (D-South Carolina)
    • Hormats, Robert D., National Security Council Staff for International Economics until October 1977; Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs from October 1977 until December 1979; Deputy U.S. Trade Representative from December 1979
    • Hoyt, Mary, Rosalynn Carter’s press secretary
    • Huerta Montalvo, Francisco, candidate in 1978 Ecuadoran presidential election; disqualified in March 1978 and replaced by his uncle, Raul Clemente Huerta Rendon
    • Huerta Rendon, Raul Clemente, candidate in 1978 Ecuadoran presidential election
    • Humphrey, Hubert H., Jr., Senator (D–Minnesota) until January 1978; Vice President of the United States from 1965 until 1969
    • Hunter, Robert, member, West Europe Cluster, National Security Council staff, from January 1977 until August 1979; member, Middle East/North Africa Cluster, from September 1979
    • Hurtado, Oswaldo, Vice President of Ecuador from 1978; leader of the Popular Democracy Party
    • Hurtado Navarro, Hector, Venezuelan Minister of Finance until 1977; Minister of State and President of the Investment Fund, 1978
    • Hyde, Henry, Member, House of Representatives (R–Illinois)
    • Inderfurth, Karl F. “Rick”, Special Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs, from January 1977 until April 1979
    • Inouye, Daniel K., Senator (D–Hawaii)
    • Iribarren Borges, Ignacio, Venezuelan Ambassador to the United States
    • Iturralde, Carlos, Bolivian Ambassador to the United States, 1978
    • Iturriaga Neumann, Raul Eduardo, Lieutenant Colonel, senior officer in the Chilean Directorate of National Intelligence
    • Jarrin Cahuenas, Bolivar, General, Ecuadoran Minister of Government until December 1978
    • Jimenez, Guillermo, Bolivian Interior Minister, 1978; Acting Foreign Minister, May 1978
    • John Paul II, Pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church from 1978
    • Johnson, Richard E., Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, until 1978; Director of the Regional Political Program, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from 1978 until 1980
    • Jones, David C., General, USAF Chief of Staff until June 1978; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from June 1978
    • Jones, Ellis O. “Ollie”, Politico-Military Affairs, Security Assistance, Office of Human Rights, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State, until January 1979
    • Jordan, Hamilton, Assistant to the President from January 1977 until July 1979; White House Chief of Staff from July 1979 until June 1980
    • Jorden, William, U.S. Ambassador to Panama until 1978
    • Katz, Julius, Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs until 1979
    • Kennedy, Edward “Ted”, Senator (D–Massachusetts)
    • Killgore, Andrew I., U.S. Ambassador to Qatar
    • Kissinger, Henry A., Secretary of State from September 1973 until January 1977; National Security Advisor from January 1969 until November 1975
    • Klix, Jose Maria, Argentine Defense Minister until October 1978
    • Klutznick, Philip M., Secretary of Commerce from January 1980
    • Kramer, Franklin S. “Frank”, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
    • Kriesky, Bruno, Chancellor of Austria
    • Laghi, Pio, Papal Nuncio in Argentina until December 1980
    • Lake, Anthony “Tony”, Director of Policy Planning, Department of State
    • Lamb, Dennis, Deputy Director, Office of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, European Community and Atlantic Political-Economic Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until 1977; Executive Assistant to Deputy Secretary of State Christopher from 1977 until 1978; thereafter, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Mission to the European Communities at Brussels
    • Lambruschini, Armando, Admiral, Commander in Chief of the Argentine Navy from September 1978
    • Landau, George W., U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay until October 1977; U.S. Ambassador to Chile from November 1977
    • Lane, Lyle Francis, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay from October 1979 until July 1980; U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay from September 1980
    • Laugerud Garcia, Kjell Eugenio, President of Guatemala until July 1978
    • Lauria, Carmelo Lesseur, Venezuelan Minister of the Secretariat of the Presidency from July 1977 until March 1979
    • Lechin Oquendo, Juan, Leader of the Bolivian Workers Union
    • Lechin Suarez, Juan, Bolivian Minister of Planning until 1978
    • Leigh, Gustavo, General, Commander in Chief of the Chilean Air Force; member of the ruling junta until 1978
    • Leoro, Luis Anibal, General, Ecuadoran Air Force Commander and member of the Supreme Council of Government
    • Letelier, Orlando, Chilean Ambassador to the United States from 1971 until 1993; Chilean Foreign Minister, 1973; assassinated in Washington, D.C., on September 21, 1976
    • Lievano Aguirre, Indalecio, Colombian Foreign Minister until 1978
    • Lister, George, Special Assistant and Human Rights Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs
    • Lopez Escobar, Mario, Paraguayan Ambassador to the Unites States
    • Lopez Michelsen, Alfonso, President of Colombia until August 1978
    • Lopez Portillo, Jose, President of Mexico
    • Lucas Garcia, Fernando Romeo, President of Guatemala from July 1978
    • Lucey, Patrick, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from July 1977 until October 1979
    • Luers, William Henry, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until 1977; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from 1977 until 1978; U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela from October 1978
    • Machin, Jose Maria, Venezuelan Ambassador to the Organization of American States
    • Madero, Castro, Argentine Admiral
    • Majano Ramos, Adolfo Arnoldo, Colonel; member of the Salvadoran from governing junta from October 1979
    • Manley, Michael, Prime Minister of Jamaica
    • Marchand, Luis, Peruvian Ambassador to the Organization of American States
    • Marquez, Hugo L., Admiral, Commander in Chief of the Uruguayan Navy
    • Marshall, Ray, Secretary of Labor
    • Martinez, Carlos, General, Argentine Secretary of Intelligence from 1978
    • Martinez de Hoz, Jose, Argentine Minister of the Economy
    • Massera, Emilio Eduardo, Admiral, Commander of the Argentine Navy; member of the ruling junta until 1978
    • Mathews, Jessica Tuchman, member, Global Issues Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from January 1977 until June 1979
    • McAfee, William, Deputy Director for Coordination, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
    • McAuliffe, Dennis P., Lieutenant General, USA, Commander of U.S. Southern Command until September 1979
    • McGee, Gale, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States
    • McGiffert, David E., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs from April 1977
    • McHenry, Donald, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations from September 1979
    • McMahon, John N., Deputy Director for Operations, Central Intelligence Agency
    • McNeil, Francis J. III “Frank”, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, from 1977 to 1979
    • Medeiros, Octavio Aguiarde, General, Chief of the Brazilian National Intelligence Service
    • Mena Salinas, Odlanier, General (retired), Director of the Chilean National Information Center from November 1977;
    • Mendez Manfredini, Aparicio, President of Uruguay
    • Mendoza, Cesar, Chief of the Carabineros (Chilean national police force); member of the ruling junta
    • Menendez, Luciano Benjamin, Major General, Commander of Argentine Army Corps III in Cordoba
    • Merino, Jose Toribio, Admiral, Commander in Chief of the Chilean Navy; member of the ruling junta
    • Mezvinsky, Edward M., U.S. Representative to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights from 1977 until 1979
    • Miller, G. William, Secretary of the Treasury from August 1979
    • Miranda, Rogelio, General, Bolivian Army officer, presidential candidate in 1979
    • Moffitt, Veronica “Ronni” Karpen, colleague of Orlando Letelier; killed on September 21, 1976, while riding in car with Letelier in Washington, D.C., when a bomb exploded in Letelier’s car
    • Mondale, Joan, wife of the Vice President of the United States
    • Mondale, Walter “Fritz”, Vice President of the United States
    • Montanaro, Sabino, Paraguayan Minister of Interior
    • Montano, Galo, Ecuadoran Minister of Industries and Commerce
    • Montero, Enrique, Chilean Air Force; Under Secretary of the Ministry of Interior
    • Montes, Jose, Major General, Argentine army officer
    • Montes, Oscar, Admiral, Argentine Foreign Minister from May 1977 until November 1978
    • Montes de Oca, Rafael Andres “Pepi”, Venezuelan Interior Minister from 1979
    • Morales Bermudez Cerutti, Francisco, General, President of Peru
    • Moore, John L., Jr., Chairman, Export-Import Bank
    • Mota Sardenberg, Ronaldo, Counselor; Advisor for Bilateral Affairs, Brazilian Foreign Ministry, 1978
    • Muskie, Edward S., Senator (D–Maine) until May 1980; Secretary of State from May 1980
    • Natusch Busch, Alberto, Colonel, advisor to Bolivian President Juan Pereda, 1978; led a military coup in November 1979; President of Bolivia, from November 1 to 16, 1979
    • Nava Carrillo, German, Director General of the Venezuelan Foreign Minister from 1979
    • Newsom, David D., U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia until October 1977; U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines from November 1977 until March 1978; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from April 1978
    • Niehous, Donna, wife of William Niehous
    • Niehous, William, U.S. citizen director, Owens-Illinois company in Venezuela; kidnapped February 27, 1976, freed in June 1979
    • Nogueira Filho, Jose, Counsellor, Advisor for Political Affairs, Brazilian Foreign Ministry
    • Nogues, Alberto, Paraguayan Foreign Minister
    • Novo Sampol, Guillermo, Cuban exile convicted of the Letelier and Moffitt murders
    • Novo Sampol, Ignacio, Cuban exile convicted of lying to the grand jury and failing to inform authorities of a crime in the Letelier and Moffitt murder case
    • Nutting, Wallace H., Lieutenant General, USA, Commander of U.S. Southern Command from 1979
    • Odom, William E., Lieutenant General, USA, Military Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs from 1977 until 1981
    • Oduber Quiros, Daniel, President of Costa Rica until 1978
    • Olmedo Gonzalez, Renan, General, Chairman of the Ecuadoran Joint Chiefs of Staff
    • Orfila, Alejandro Jose Luis, Secretary General of the Organization of American States
    • Orozco, Hector, General, head of the Chilean Army Intelligence Directorate; ad hoc military prosecutor and investigator of passport fraud case related to Letelier assassination
    • Ortiz Mena, Antonio, President of the Inter-American Development Bank
    • Oxman, Stephen A., Special Assistant to Deputy Secretary of State Christopher from 1977 until 1978; Executive Assistant to Deputy Secretary of State Christopher from 1978 until 1979
    • Owen, Henry D., member, International Economics Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from 1977; also Special Representative for Economic Summits from October 1978
    • Oyarzun, Maria Eugenia, Chilean Ambassador to the Organization of American States, 1977
    • Pacheco Areco, Jorge, Uruguayan Ambassador to the United States from June 1980; President of Uruguay, from 1967 until 1972
    • Padilla, David, General, Bolivian army, led a coup against President Juan Pereda in November 1978; President of Bolivia from November 1978 until August 1979
    • Pallais Debayle, Luis, cousin of Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza; director of Novedades; Nicaraguan Liberal Party spokesperson
    • Palmer, Stephen E., Jr., Director, Office of Regional Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs and Staff Director, National Security Council Interdepartmental Group, Department of State, from 1977 until 1978; Director, Country Reports Project, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State, from 1978 until 1979; Chief of Humanitarian Affairs, U.S. Mission in Geneva, 1979; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from 1979; Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from 1980
    • Pantoja, Jeronimo, Colonel, Chilean army officer and Deputy Director of the National Information Center
    • Pappalardo, Conrado, Advisor to Paraguayan President Alfredo Stroessner
    • Pareja Diezcanseco, Alfredo, Ecuadoran Foreign Minister from August 1979 until July 1980
    • Pastor, Carlos Washington, Argentine Foreign Minister from November 1978
    • Pastor, Robert, member, Latin American/Caribbean, North/South Cluster, National Security Council Staff
    • Pastora Gomez, Eden, also known as “Commandante Zero”, commander in the Nicaraguan Sandinista National Liberation Front
    • Paz Estenssoro, Victor, Nationalist Revolution Mombement (“historical” wing) candidate in the 1978 Bolivian presidential election
    • Paz Romero, Virgilio, Cuban exile indicted for murders of Letelier and Moffitt; fugitive from justice until 1991
    • Paz Zamora, Jaime, Bolivian politician from the Revolutionary Leftist Movement party
    • Pereda Asbun, Juan, General, candidate in the 1978 Bolivian presidential election; led a military coup after elections were annulled; President of Bolivia from July until November 1978
    • Perez, Carlos Andres “CAP”, President of Venezuela until 1979
    • Perez, Enrique, Bolivia Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, November 1978
    • Perez Caldas, Jose, Uruguayan ambassador to the United States
    • Perez Chiriboga, Marcial, Venezuelan ambassador to the United States
    • Perez Guerrero, Manuel, Venezuelan Minister of State for International Economic Affairs
    • Perez Jimenez, Marcos, President of Venezuela from 1952 until 1958
    • Perez Vives, Alvaro, Colombian Secretary General of the Presidency
    • Peron, Isabel Martinez de, President of Argentina from 1974 until 1976
    • Peron, Juan Domingo, President of Argentina from 1955 until 1964 and again from 1973 until 1974
    • Perry, Jack R., Deputy Executive Secretary, Office of the Secretary of State
    • Pezzullo, Lawrence A. “Larry”, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay from August 1977 until May 1979; U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua from July 1979
    • Pinheiro, Joao Baptista, Brazilian ambassador to the United States until 1979
    • Pinochet Ugarte, Augusto, General, President of Chile; Chairman of the military junta; Commander in Chief of the Chilean army
    • Plaza, Galo, President of Ecuador from 1948 until 1952; Secretary-General of the Organization of American States from 1968 until 1975
    • Popper, David H., U.S. Ambassador to Chile until 1977
    • Poveda Burbano, Alfredo, Admiral, President of the Ecuadoran Supreme Council of Government until 1979
    • Powell, Jody, White House Press Secretary
    • Prado, Gary, Bolivian Planning Minister until 1979
    • Press, Frank, Special Adviser to the President for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, from June 1977
    • Price, George Cadle, Premier and Minister of Finance of Belize
    • Propper, Eugene M. “Gene”, Assistant U.S. Attorney; prosecutor in charge of the Letelier investigation
    • Pustay, John. S., Lieutenant Colonel, USAF, Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    • Quainton, Anthony “Tony”, Director, Office for Combating Terror, Department of State
    • Queirolo, Luis, Lieutenant General, Chief of Uruguayan military mission to the United States and Uruguayan representative at the Inter-American Defense Board until February 1979; Commander in Chief of the Uruguayan army from February 1979
    • Quintana, Julio, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua from 1977 until 1979
    • Rachmeler, Louis, Major General, USA, coordinator of security assistance for the Department of the Army
    • Ramos, Pedro, U.S. citizen indicted for the murder of Pedro Joaquin Chamorro in Nicaragua
    • Reuss, Henry S., Member of the House of Representatives (D–Wisconsin)
    • Richardson, Elliott, U.S. Ambassador to the Law of the Sea Conference
    • Richardson, Henry, member, Sub-Saharan Africa, North/South Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from February 1977 until November 1978
    • Robelo Callejas, Alfonso, member of Nicaraguan Provisional Junta until April 1980
    • Roel Garcia, Santiago, Mexican Foreign Minister until 1979
    • Rogers, Stephen H., Deputy Director, Office of Regional Economic Policy, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, 1977
    • Roldos Aguilera, Jaime, President of Ecuador from 1978
    • Romeral, Alejandro, pseudonym; see Fernandez Larios, Armando
    • Romero, Carlos Humberto, President of El Salvador from July 1977 until October 1979
    • Rondon, Fernando E., Alternate Director, Office of East Coast Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1978
    • Ros, Enrique, Argentine Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
    • Ross Diaz, Alvin, Cuban exile convicted of murders of Letelier and Moffitt
    • Rovira, Alejandro, Uruguayan Foreign Minister until July 1978
    • Rowlands, Edward, Minister of State, British Foreign Office, until May 1979
    • Roybal, Edward R., Member, House of Representatives (D–CA)
    • Royo, Aristides, President of Panama from October 1978
    • Ruser, Claus, Economic Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Brasilia until April 1978; Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires from July 1980
    • Sadat, Anwar, President of Egypt
    • Sáenz Barsallo, Alcibiades, Peruvian Finance Minister
    • Salvador Lara, Jorge, Ecuadoran Foreign Minister until 1978
    • Samore, Antonio, Roman Catholic cardinal, Vatican mediator for Beagle Channel conflict, 1979
    • Samudio, David, Leader of Panamanian Liberal Party
    • Sangurgo, Francisco, Rear Admiral, Deputy Commander in Chief of the Uruguayan Navy
    • Santini, James D., Member, House of Representatives (D–Nevada)
    • Saunders, Harold H., Director, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State until April 1978; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs from April 1978
    • Sayre, Robert M., U.S. Ambassador to Brazil from 1978
    • Scherrer, Robert W., FBI special agent; legal attaché, U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires, from 1970 until 1978
    • Schlesinger, James R., Special Assistant to the President, Energy Office, from January until August 1977; Secretary of Energy from August 1977 until July 1979
    • Schneider, Mark L., Deputy Coordinator for Human Rights, Office of the Deputy Secretary of State until 1977; Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from 1977 until 1979
    • Schuller, Gordon J., Rear Admiral, USN, Director of the Inter-American Region, Office of the Secretary of Defense
    • Schweitzer, Miguel, Chilean attorney
    • Sendic, Raul, Uruguayan leader of the MLN-Tupamaros; captured by the Uruguayan Government in 1972
    • Service, Robert Edward, Country Director for Argentina, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1980
    • Shlaudeman, Harry Walter, Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs and U.S. Coordinator, Alliance for Progress, until March 1977; U.S. Ambassador to Peru from June 1977 until October 1980; U.S. Ambassador to Argentina from November 1980
    • Siles Salinas, Luis Adolfo, Bolivian UDP candidate for Senator, 1978; head of the Human Rights Assembly until 1978; President of Bolivia, 1969; half-brother of Hernan Siles Zuazo
    • Siles Zuazo, Hernan, UDP candidate in the 1978 Bolivian presidential election; half-brother of Luis Adolfo Siles Salinas
    • Silveira, Alarico, Brazilian Ambassador to the Organization of American States, 1978
    • Simonsen, Mario Henrique, Brazilian Minister of Finance until 1979; Brazilian Minister of Planning, from 1979
    • Siracusa, Ernest, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay until April 1977
    • Sithole, Ndabaningi, Founder of the Zimbabwe African National Union
    • Sloss, Leon, Assistant Director, International Relations Bureau and later International Security Programs Bureau, Arms Control, and Disarmament Agency, until 1978
    • Smith, Gerard C., Special Representative of the President on Nonproliferation Matters
    • Smith, Ian, Prime Minister of Rhodesia until June 1979
    • Solomon, Anthony, Under Secretary of the Treasury until 1980
    • Somoza Debayle, Anastasio, President of Nicaragua until July 1979; resident of Paraguay from August 1979 until his death in September 1980
    • Sosa Rodriguez, Carlos, Venezuelan Representative to the United Nations from 1958 until 1965
    • Sparkman, John J., Senator (D–Alabama) until January 1979
    • Spiegel, John W., Special Assistant to Deputy Secretary of State Christopher from 1978
    • Stedman, William Perry, U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia from until June 1977; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from June 1977
    • Steven, Robert S., Chile Desk Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from August 1977 until April 1979; Operations Center, Office of the Secretary of State, from April 1979
    • Strauss, Robert S., U.S. Trade Representative from March 1977 until August 1979
    • Stroessner, Alfredo, General, President of Paraguay
    • Suarez Gonzalez, Adolfo, Prime Minister of Spain
    • Suarez Mason, Carlos Guillermo, Major General, Argentine army officer, Commander of Corps I, Buenos Aires; Chief of Staff of the Argentine army
    • Surut, Lee E., Major General, USA, member of military delegation on Under Secretary of State Newsom’s trip to Argentina, 1978
    • Tapia, Edwin, Bolivian Minister of Industry and Commerce, 1978
    • Tarnoff, Peter, Director, Office of Research and Analysis for Western Europe, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until April 1977; Special Assistant to the Secretary and Executive Secretary of the Department of State, from April 1977
    • Tavares Fleitas, Flavio, Brazilian-born journalist working for Mexican newspaper Excelsior; imprisoned in Uruguay, July 1977
    • Terra, Juan Pablo, leader of the Uruguayan Christian Democratic Party
    • Thornton, Thomas P., member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until 1977; member, South Asia/UN Matters, North/South Cluster, National Security Council staff from 1977
    • Timerman, Jacobo, Argentine publisher of the Buenos Aires daily newspaper La Opinion; arrested April 1977
    • Todman, Terence A., Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from April 1977 until June 1978
    • Torres, Juan Jose, President of Bolivia from October 1970 until August 1971; assassinated in Buenos Aires, June 2, 1976
    • Torrijos, Omar, Chief of Government of Panama
    • Townley, Michael Vernon, U.S. citizen convicted in Letelier murder; DINA agent; used pseudonym Juan Williams Rose
    • Trudeau, Pierre, Prime Minister of Canada until June 1979
    • Tuchman, Jessica, See Mathews, Jessica Tuchman
    • Tunnerman Bernheim, Carlos, Leader of the FAO, Member of the Group of 12; Nicaraguan Minister of Education from 1979
    • Turbay Ayala, Julio Cesar, President of Colombia, from June 1978
    • Turner, Stansfield, Director of Central Intelligence from March 1977
    • Twaddell, William H., Special Assistant, Office of the Secretary of State, from January 1977
    • Tyson, Brady, staff member, U.S. Mission to the United Nations
    • Uribe Vargas, Diego, Colombian Foreign Minister from 1978
    • Vadora, Julio, General, Commander in Chief of the Uruguayan army from 1977 until 1978
    • Vaky, Viron P. “Pete”, U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela until June 1978; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from July 1978 until November 1979
    • van Reigersberg, Stephanie, Department of State interpreter
    • Vance, Cyrus, Secretary of State until April 1980
    • Vaquero, Jose Antonio, Major General, Chief of Staff of the Argentine army, 1980
    • Vesco, Robert, fugitive American financier
    • Vidal Basauri, Rene, General, Chilean Secretary of Government
    • Videla, Jorge Rafael, Lieutenant General, President of Argentina; Commander of the Army; member of the ruling junta
    • Villagran Kramer, Francisco, Vice President of Guatemala from 1978 until 1980
    • Villanueva de Campos, Armando, Secretary-General of the APRA Party and candidate in the 1980 Peruvian presidential election
    • Villot, Jean-Marie, Roman Catholic Cardinal, Vatican Secretary of State until 1979
    • Viola, Roberto, General, Chief of Staff of the Argentine army; member of the ruling junta
    • Vorster, B.J., Prime Minister of South Africa until September 1978
    • Wagner, Robert F., U.S. Presidential Envoy to the Vatican
    • Waldheim, Kurt, United Nations Secretary General
    • Walker, Jenonne R., member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State
    • Walker Martinez, Liliana, pseudonym, see Lagos, Monica Luisa
    • Walters, Vernon, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence from 1972 until 1976
    • Warnke, Paul C., Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, from March 1977 until October 1978
    • Watson Alexander F., Special Assistant for Congressional and Public Affairs, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, Department of State, until 1977; Director, Office of Development Finance, International Financial Development, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, from 1977 until 1979; Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in La Paz, from 1979
    • Weissman, Marvin, U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia, from March until July 1980
    • White, Robert E., Deputy U.S. Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States until 1977; U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay from November 1977 until January 1980; U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador from March 1980 until February 1981
    • Whitman, Gerald J., staff member, Office of East Coast Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1980
    • Williams, Eric, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
    • Williams Rose, Juan, pseudonym, see Townley, Michael V
    • Willis, Franklin K., Assistant Legal Advisor for Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, until 1978
    • Wilson, Charles “Charlie”, Member, House of Representatives (D–Texas)
    • Wisner, Frank G., II, Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State from 1977 until 1979; U.S. Ambassador to Zambia from 1979
    • Wolff, Lester Lionel, Member of the House of Representatives (D–New York) until 1980
    • Yatron, Gus, Member, House of Representatives (D–Pennsylvania)
    • Ycaza, Gustavo, Ecuadoran Ambassador to the United States
    • Youle, John J., political officer, U.S. Embassy in Montevideo from 1977 until 1980
    • Young, Andrew, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations from January 1977 until September 1979
    • Zambrano Velasco, Jose Alberto, Venezuela. Foreign Minister from March 1979
    • Zimmerman, Robert W., director, Office of East Coast Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1977