TITLE

Who Dunnit?

AUTHOR(S)
Pincus, Walter
PUB. DATE
February 1974
SOURCE
New Republic;2/2/74, Vol. 170 Issue 5, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the mystery on the handling of the White House tape containing the obliterated Watergate conversation by Rose Mary Woods, personal secretary of U.S. President Richard Nixon. Questions raised due to erasure on the tape reported by President's lawyer J. Fred Buzhardt to judge John Sirica; Decision of the judge that the initial inquiry should be in open court; Clarification made by Woods regarding the gap on the tape; Difference in the statements of Woods on testimonies; Explanation made by the experts regarding dropping of voice in tone in the tape not being due to recorder operation; Information about Woods meeting with Nixon revealed by the President's daily logs.
ACCESSION #
10156635

 

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