TITLE

Getting to the Bottom Of the CIA Cover-up

AUTHOR(S)
Pincus, Walter
PUB. DATE
September 1974
SOURCE
New Republic;9/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 13, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses the involvement and complicity of the United States Central Intelligence Agency(CIA) to undertake extra agency activities in the Watergate Affair. Violation of the law barring the agency from undertaking domestic operations; Misrepresentation of facts by the former CIA Director Richard Helms on issues related to Watergate conspirators; Requests for full authority to aid the conspirators displaying a complete lack of fear of exposure to the people; Involvement of the agency in domestic clandestine operations.
ACCESSION #
10105377

 

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