Watergate burglary

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  • Liddy involved Hunt in the operations which would later include the Watergate burglary.
  • Wilson left the federal post a year before the Watergate burglary began to shatter the Nixon administration.
  • In this position, he became deeply involved in events leading up to the Watergate burglaries and the subsequent Watergate scandal cover-up.
  • McGovern called the Watergate burglaries "the kind of thing you expect under a person like Hitler."
  • During the Watergate burglaries two phones inside the offices of the Democratic National Committee headquarters had wiretaps placed inside them.
  • Magruder originally testified that he knew nothing to indicate that President Nixon had any prior knowledge of the Watergate burglary.
  • LaRue was the first Administration official to plead guilty to crimes related to his involvement with the Watergate burglary and the cover-up.
  • Donald then told his brother that Meier had given the Democrats all the Hughes information that could destroy him, leading to the subsequent Watergate burglary.
  • After the Watergate burglary, LaRue assisted the cover-up, supervising the shredding of documents and the destruction of financial records.
  • Like Hunt, Sturgis was involved both in the Bay of Pigs invasion and in the Watergate burglary.
  • Nuzum lead the investigation into the Watergate burglary.
  • The participants of the Watergate burglaries infamously did so wearing rubber surgical gloves in an effort to hide their fingerprints.
  • LaRue was present at an early meeting with his friend, U. S. Attorney General John Mitchell, at which the Watergate burglary was planned.
  • Hunt and Liddy engineered the first Watergate burglary and other undercover operations for the Nixon Administration.
  • Nixon ran a campaign with an aggressive policy of keeping tabs on perceived enemies, and his campaign aides committed the Watergate burglary to steal Democratic Party information during the election.
  • Prior to the Watergate burglaries, both Fensterwald and McCord employed a private investigator named Lou Russell.
  • Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein said that Deep Throat told them that Sloan knew nothing about the Watergate burglary or how the money he disbursed was actually used.
  • According to Smith, during this lunch Gray mentioned details of Donald Segretti and John Mitchell's involvement in the Watergate burglaries.
  • In 1974, two years after the Watergate burglary and two months before Nixon resigned, Bernstein and Woodward released the book All the President's Men.
  • That was his second impeachment assignment; upon joining ABC News, he covered the original Watergate burglary trial and the subsequent investigations, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
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