New Memo Shows Depths Of NIxon's Darkest Heart

New Memo Shows Depths Of NIxon’s Darkest Heart

A never before published memo shows that Watergate prosecutors reportedly had evidence that operatives for then-President Richard Nixon had meticulously planned an assault on anti-war demonstrators in 1972, including a physical attack on Vietnam whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg. The document, an 18-page 1973 investigative memorandum from the Watergate Special Prosecution Force, sheds new light on how prosecutors were investigating attempts at domestic political violence by Nixon aides, an extremely serious charge.


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