United States v. Nixon (1)

United States v. Nixon (1)
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  • United States V. Nixon
  • I will not turn in any tapes!!!!
  • 1.The Watergate scandal was illegal wiretapping. 2.The burglars used tape to hold open the latches on door locks at the DNC offices. A sharp-eyed security guard, Frank Wills, saw the tape and called the police. 3.The Post had an undeniable critical role in breaking the scandal, especially with scoops from a source called Deep Throat, but the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and Newsday had scoops, too. 4.The first Washington Post story was filed by veteran police reporter Alfred E. Lewis on June 18, 1972. The first Bernstein and Woodward report came on June 19, 1972. 5.That statement was made by press secretary Ron Zeigler at a press conference in Key Biscayne, Florida two days after the break-in. He also warned that “certain elements may try to stretch this beyond what it is.”
  • Five Fabulous Facts 
  • Question before the court
  • the real question here is was Nixon involved in this scandal.
  • I really don't know what to tell you Emily Nixon was either involved or not.
  • Constitutional Application
  • Constitutional Application (To Nixon's Case) Limited Executive Privilege "rule of law"
  • Argument for the Petitioner
  • Nixon didn't turn in the tapes when asked to and he kept on using the laws to help him but when we finally got the tapes, he quit.
  • Argument for the Responder
  • Nixon won't stand a chance with what they have to say
  • I guess I will have no other choice but to quit before I'm impeached or worse FIRED.
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