The Trail of Lies

Pincus, Walter
November 1974
New Republic;11/23/74, Vol. 171 Issue 21, p9
Reports that convicted conspirator E. Howard Hunt has now confessed to the Watergate cover-up trial jury that he previously lied under oath to grand juries and congressional committees about 12 different matters. Preparation of a memorandum by Hunt for U.S. President Richard Nixon's committee lawyer Kenneth Parkinson; Hunt's decision to stop protecting Nixon; Revelation of several documents related to the case; Testimony given by U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation L. Patrick Gray.


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