This website is in transition to a new format. All pages dealing with the Watergate investigation can be found under CHRONOLOGY.
Watergate Investigation – Archived Posts
- Apr 30, 1973: Nixon’s First Watergate SpeechFull text and video of President Richard Nixon’s first Watergate speech in which he announced the resignations of Bob Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Richard Kleindeinst and John Dean.
- Aug 15, 1973: Nixon’s Second Watergate SpeechFull text and audio of President Richard Nixon’s second speech on Watergate. He decried the nation’s obsession with Watergate and began putting the executive privilege argument against releasing the Watergate tapes.
- Apr 29, 1974: Nixon’s Third Watergate SpeechFull text and video of President Richard Nixon’s third address to the nation on Watergate. In the address, Nixon released edited transcripts of the White House Oval Office tapes dealing with Watergate.
- Aug 09, 1974: Memorandum To Jaworski On Prosecuting NixonText and image of a memorandum for Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski on the pros and cons of prosecuting Richard Nixon. The memorandum was sent by Carl Feldbaum and Peter Kreindler on the day Nixon resigned the presidency.
- Feb 14, 1999: John Ehrlichman, Watergate Conspirator, Dead At 73John D. Ehrlichman, jailed for his role in the Watergate scandal, has died, aged 73. Ehrlichman was President Richard Nixon’s Domestic Affairs Advisor from the start of Nixon’s term in 1969. Together with H. R. Haldeman, who died some years ago, Ehrlichman formed part of the “Berlin Wall” that protected Nixon.
- May 31, 2005: W. Mark Felt Was Deep ThroatThe former deputy director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, W. Mark Felt, has been identified as Deep Throat by Vanity Fair magazine. The revelation has been confirmed by Bob Woodward in the Washington Post.