Who approved Liddy’s campaign intelligence plan, Mitchell or Magruder?
Posted In: Lingering Questions on June 16, 2018
It is clear Liddy’s plan was not approved in the January and February meetings in Mitchell’s office when he was still Attorney General. The issue is whether he approved it […]Read more >>
Who ordered the 6/17/72 re-entry into DNC headquarters, Mitchell, Magruder or Dean?
Posted In: Lingering Questions on August 16, 2017
Mitchell denied everything, claiming no involvement whatsoever. Magruder claimed Mitchell was the motivating factor — that he had personally expressed dissatisfaction with the fruits of the intelligence plan in front […]Read more >>
What was the “Smoking Gun” Conversation Really About?
Posted In: Lingering Questions on December 24, 2016
On June 23, 1972 – just six days following the burglar’s arrest — Haldeman seeks Nixon’s concurrence to instruct the CIA to tell the FBI not to interview two witnesses […]Read more >>
What Did Prosecutors Tell Grand Jurors and House Judiciary Committee Staff About Nixon’s Personal Involvement in the Cover-up?
Posted In: Lingering Questions on May 24, 2016
Regardless of whether you believe the revised thinking about the “smoking gun” transcript, the tape itself did not become public until August 5, 1974. Yet, grand jurors had named Nixon […]Read more >>
Who directed the cover-up, Dean or Haldeman/Ehrlichman?
This is my key issue. Dean has admitted that he was “chief desk officer” of the cover-up, but claims he was acting under the direction and control of Haldeman and […]Read more >>