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Stage 3: Congressional Hearings
Nixon told me that he had ordered a taping system installed in the white house to automatically record all conversations
The Grand Jury convicted Liddy, Hunt, & the 5 burglars in March 1973. Soon after, L. Patrick Gray resigned after admitting he had destroyed evidence.
Give up the Tapes!
Hearings were televised across the nation. John Dean testified before the committee & revealed John Mitchell (former Attorney General) had ordered the break in.
Due to the unexpected protest, I have decided to turn over the subpoenaed tapes.
In mid July of 1973, Alexander Butterfield testified that Nixon had a taping system installed in the White House to record all conversations.
A special prosecutor named Archibald Cox summoned the tapes from the White House to court. Nixon refused to give them up which sparked protest.
We want the truth!
The protest eventually coerced Nixon into giving up the tapes.
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