Judge Orders Release of Nixon Testimony

Samuels, Dorry
September 2011
Public Citizen News;Sep2011, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p1
The article provides information related to a lawsuit filed against former U.S. president Richard Nixon to investigate wrongdoing during his administration in California. It is mentioned in a press report that Nixon has answered on four issues in front of grand jury which include illegal use of Internal Revenue Service and about financial contribution from Howard Hughes to his friend. It is also mentioned that the testimony has been sealed.


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