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no its missionissome of the things that was going on itwas a newsevent of this it's likelyto be measuredit's easy now to say forget it the bottombut as i said earlier movingimage you're being overly ambitious andbusiness of thisin the senate of the united states a resolutionto establish a select committee of the senate to conduct an investigation of the study of the extendedfamily in which illegal or unethical activities were engaged in by any worsethe presidential election of nineteen
seventy twofrom washington and videotapecoverage of today's hearing of the senate select committee on presidential campaign activityis anbar correspondent jim lehrer it at to one hundred and fiftydollar among political saboteurs gave full but very different confessionalperformances today like their later donald cigarette yesterday martin douglas kelly wasapologetic and remorseful in his appearance before the urban committee kelly made no effort tojustify his bad deeds which range from planning stink bombs painted worldaround them live in front of edmund muskie so tell rubber bands was adifferent story is less the tracks included stink bombs as well as recruitinginfiltrators hecklers and tickets and sending out only letters and press releases kelly who is twentyfour says you just saw that his own a majority and ambition which you translatedinto the possibility of landing a job in washington after the election cause damage on a
cigarette a dirty tricks to meet a twenty five year old man's on the other hand said hejoined because he felt it was a good way to get the democrats the bows of their own medicine ishindsight reflections about it all we're much different than calories to say the leastas you will say the contrast and style and move between the two young republican fromflorida is also more an obvious the uk will be back at the closeof tonight's replay with journalist author jules would go over as we've been doing each nightyears impacts hour by hour ewing got and the first r martin kellyexplains how he plays radio ads linking senator must be and fidel castro they werebroadcast on spanish speaking patients in miami you said the balls that were meant toinsult the cuban population also on that our kelly is asked if he considers hisranks as part and parcel of american politics the answer is no is work wentbeyond the scope of normal political lines and the second r kelly tells howhe played a female student twenty dollars to take off her clothes and walked by gainesville florida
hotel where senator must use than she was to shout i love must bealso on that our robert vance takes the stand until saudi guard infiltrators to work in the campaignheadquarters of senators muskie and jackson an hour three incidents andarguments with the senators and water proper and ethical campaign practices and plantsthat there's always been what he called upon the research and political campaigns and that'swhy other elections have not been produce deeply is this center of encountered bycharging that never has there been such rest gowdy on a national scale in a politicalcampaign now to the area known as senator irving doubled the committeeoncommerce comedians andthe moment they go
witness theproceedingsmr speakerthat this billhe saysmr davis yesthis reportand this
thank youthis isthe pointok yeahthat exhibit short statementis that my name is martin skelly i'm twenty four years oldwith a miami florida with foreign worker japani previously been heavily involved in for the college republicans and young republican activities state wideribbons of a political campaign that i participated in the veryextensive capacity since nineteen sixty eight two years ago wasapproached by a man identifying himself as thompson's asking me to join himpolitical ventures relating to negative campaigning or as a problem or
popularly turn dirty tricks but because the patient use activities was on myown volition and i was initially paid a modest salary for the purpose of causingconfusion disruption and malcontents most democratic presidential primary candidatesafter participating in some of the affirmation activities either by myselfor reading a list of simmons how to be paid seven hundreddollars monthly for activities to take place just before during and after the democratic nationalconvention in miami beach no provocations illegalities or veryfrank carried out that summer because of the watergate break in and he the investigations wouldfollow i'm very political ventures relating to these activities took place there forsometime between december nineteen seventy one to about people are making in seventytwo or a period of approximately six months i providedthis committee with verbal report all that i can recall that was done for mr security
witnesses a great year on my own volition i very deeply regret the politicalpersonal damage incurred by the senator's their families and staff members were runningfor higher office as a result of my activities it's my hope that youngpeople will continue to enter politics in high school and college a political futurehad have been virtually wiped out by what i did and wasinvolved in those who live by this or die by the swordand i feel that these hearings serve another function andexemplify the necessity of keeping our political system free of the things that make politics corrupteventually infected itlandedin miami aboutten of the last eleven years about how you present employees to
play with my father were starting a business in floridanone of that calling for to work for mr simmons come in the fall of nineteen seventy oneyesterday and compelling committee of the subjects of the phone call wasyes sir and finesof his house and he's saying he was referred toeat even referred to me by a mr smith not nohard to know who's talking about he said he wanted to meet with meat lunch and discuss some possibility of myopinions something political i wasn't sure what yesterday yahoo mychoice was the president was for nixon but shortly afterthat though you didn't even imagine you relate that conversation yes or didn'tdidn't take that much time i suppose as much as forty five minutes toan hour something that sort we discuss my background my
political background and he asked me what i thought about negative campaigningwas wade putting out i expressed interest in aunfortunately and out when i asked him about his background hewas it was pretty basic you imagine that he was agraduate of yale i was twenty nine arethat dumb he was from a very wealthy family was interestedin getting involved in the electionwell i wascorps understand the scope of what he meant but i knew that serving with positive campaignwas and i'd seen some negative campaigning in previous campaigns too much lessdegree but i had a pretty good idea what he met and if youagree to work for mr simmons you oh yes sir yeah
in a way i was and it was like you were hired at thattime he said he would get back in touch with me a week or ten days he gave me some money idon't remember the exact amount forty dollars fifty dollars sixty something that sort and icontacted me of my phone in about a week or ten days laterand did you arrive at an agreement for compensation for your workwould you agree to compensation yesa hundred and fifty dollars out to be paid initially for the first few monthsand then the same work something out later two moreand for your work wellnot that out later that the fear was that seven hundred dollars was tostart out in april about marriage was to run outbefore the convention during the convention and also some post convention activities by convention of thenational democratic convention in miami beach i think this
now mr simmons calling and being you knowan individual yessir i mentioned that you know young republican politicshe was locally was also in miami it that the nineteen sixty eight and advancementor presidential campaign and a new sociallymostly for some time in seventy one i can't place exact time ofday it was nineteen seventy one i think that even getting involved in a republican politicswhich i was also involved and now a short timeago its earningsreport yesterday it was never clear to me even fromconversations to the vodka he was one of the preferred security ato me are given him i mean i i was suspicious of them
that he mentioned that security had contacted him and askedhim to paraphrase somebody that had guts andfairly good morningwhen i was first contacted by him and i believe octoberher i think was october but i really didn't start writing you didn't really started about decemberand they ran mostly the product of a primary which actually was march fourteenth floori didn't dissipate within some activities after that latest april ormay i suppose the entire time else wasinvolved was ready in political sabotage of the movie about six months duringher time at the ballpark and in person contact with them if youdiscussed with his disability at his strategy for the democratic primary inflorida yesterday we discussed what we thoughtwere the strategies what we want to do
the idea was that everybody knew was going to take this stategiven that fact a second was was that his firstreally for the rest of the campus i knew it would not abandon a fetus and theymust've come in second floor because everybody expected was take this day what we wanted tohave a supercenter must've come in fourth fifth are worse because withthe railway man wedding service people coming in second would notand out the idea was to it ourknowledge confuse the campaigns of the candidates that are called carved out ofbusiness to make it difficult for the new night at the convention and outof some of the things that we have done what you're going to wear it was you knowthose are also discussion about the center must theeffort now with his disability as
well he mentioned the lives and let's get a short fuse and that ifenough pressure week by week was put on him and the things went wrong he will bemore ethical issueshuge budget committee how youinitially were initiallycalled main polling stations stations i was livingwith my parents moved to fort lauderdale during that timeinitially he was contacting he also called life foes thatcalifornia station station was never a person to personcall yesthe company later when you start calling the facility and that not eventhat way out after several house he
gave me a number of an answering service somewhere in the midwest took an associates or somethingthat that i would call when you get in touch with him believe the name is douglasand he would call me back are usually had tied aset time to call me every two weeks on monday at twelve o'clock or something of the sort thatsomething came up that we have a community before that i thought i did i was a caller's number to get thatcut that's become a time when humansbegan in place for seven years and youdescribe the committee in newspapers and on the radios that yesyou describe some of thosewell her advertisement placed in university newspaper university of miami campusnewspaper think when we read yesterday on the one handwas also another one in there there's a cuban newspaper localone in miami that an ad was placed alluding to
senator must be saying this weshould start recognizing to post are trying to cooperate work with them and i think it endedby him saying that i was mourning of america which of course was meant toinsult cubans read it somewhereand was put on the radio with the same type of cotton and cubanmusiciansmr lee they're worse i'm anindividual that they had a tag on it referring to the centermust be re election center must be president committee nigeralso distribute witnesses ready up on theuss the nature of which are you were strugglingsome literature were posters that we put up the ocean yesterday the busing
posters here are some of those of miami are there wasliterature distributed for a police watch that was holding center mustbe at his campaign headquarters these were passed out kindof bringing me out invitation with themget free lunch and liquor and getting the center mosque in his wifeand i am we also havepassed on campus some pastel miami beach summerpicnics public at his rallies and that theinvitation to a free and one thing that you do anythingyesmr ao which is really common strategy what we aredoing is kind of illustrated the morning the elections to take place of coursemostly course people did not know about it think that we pass these out the day or two days
before calling representing myself as a distraught lucysupporter and mention something had taken place orwas very upset about the third been done by someone lean seasoncamp and that there should be expecting some ofwhat pressures are surely are dealing with and then i gave him the address ofthe law once the headquarters where you go down and check it out the callsto senators he's reported yes the evening before i've taken some of theinvitations to put them in a front door and lindsay headquarters of theunion address a rock on it and knowing that the morning to come pickthem up and bring them inside the musty aides to come to the headquarters ofprobably find the eggs inside headquarters thank youwhich
focuses on this conception that this committee seems to heavilythe purposes of what was done ourand others question just by center urban bias and a gurney about thisthese were these things were being done not done to influence votesnecessarily all seen that fifty it was because they were having to do withthat letter the sexual letters that is they were going to i think fifty people the perfectprimer bison fifty letters out letters and then another they were expected to bebrought to notice the candidate sent them and for him to of course be upsetabout it for him to blame possibly another candidate running in the democraticprimary he was to give candidates back biting each other possible to start doingit to each other and outside of our activities that were necessary to influence votesif we could get say sen jackson very very upset senatormcconnell for something that was done after the convention he might raise
money would've speak it happens he would have been a state that of apercentage point in half a percentage point in the difference in state electionsbut you also put this issue oryes sir again i'm saying is you just describe the nature of theyolk of the release of what they complain that you remember them i don't remember distinctly ithink one refer to senator humphrey is written on the muskiestage here refer to senator muskie's ambiguousstan are basically money and yet released and they do stand up at israelwhich of course didn't go over very well miami beach and out i can't recallexactly what the i think there were three reasons before that and i'd say aboutsenator mccain's position on that issue the senate must use to make itappear that that was it
yes i'mactually i well i mentionedthat was released because i don't think it would be awesome unless he's a stationaryfor thishow successful now notspecifically out i didn't have a country with reporters by new ordersagain perceivethat a lot was going on they were having problems of working campaigns have been campaign headquartersmyself and if life and also started arriving lot ofweird phone calls a lot of people working in for lunch or start happening i know it's really be upsetabout it and a fake press releases sectors of allison life that they were
having problems but in imprisonmentyes sirthat report ina portly said that congressman of west coast westcoast of florida donating his aides and typewriters tous senator muskie's campaign which more or less out mentions thefact that he's using paid government workers to staff members towork for presidential primary candidate of these were sent tothink well listen to jack anderson it was sent to the boston globefor senator roland martin listeningno itwasn't in the newspapers
yes or just in case during a job one that wefigured that would work but there was certainly back and touch center mosque in check it out with a candidatei just in case they didn't resolve the senate jackson supporters because we knew that we needed to havedisappearedyesdoes the newsuse of political events yes siri have a friend that was a chemist and it came up with aconcoction of the neighbors viewer captain andy guaranteed me that
didn't know you were i think it's b u t yl m e r c e p t e d i no you guarantee me theymade a rotten egg smell of a rose which is horrible it was very very badthat stuff and our it wasn't physically harmful but it was allvery very noxious was terrible happens at this point becausegreat discomfort for you in the narrative of this was used a senator muskie hada picnic schedule in miami and others wasit's a very human side of abominable snowmen wax around and put in thecoke and the way i was using the capital in the coke wasdropping them because the food was bad so kind of made a picnicof that affair and i think he was he took some other news eleven
tampa would understand and it was in themiami area is now you alsothe other activities on primary day inyes siroh a primaryday and we had at the campaign headquarters center muskie wecalled up some floral arrangements were brought himsome chicken pieces onthe record all over the liquor lawthe telephones we tried to tap the telephones bywe knew the sequence of is the number of all is campaign trail wasone two three four say the last four digits week is the last they didn't getany one number two and calling and all of his
opponents and then with her phone booth but we i mean i want a phonebooth would call a number really answered it get off the hook and onewere silent i'm not surethat we're clear affection preacher didn't work because the phone cut offwhen this happens use to discover that we get a little bit try to sellso that it was effective that we did do thatthere was one occasion when youyeswell he had a hit at a pressconference with four baskets until i went down and asked cubans topoliticize a mosquito we want a free cuba they werepicketing in front of the press conference which got some press attentioni also want them to be and to the press conference with a long overcoat
and dropped two white mice with blue ribbons on their tails saying what he's wrestlingand also a lot of small fish got to fly her otherincumbents of commotion so it means that muslims press conference callit's really somethingwe want to freak you realistically what the cubans wereunhappy leslie out i gave them comfortthat even have three buttons to where they're all wearing have three buttonswhen our which i try to stay june one ofsummer mustard seeds came up asked about an apple confidentially that we're really working for sen jacksonoh you seethe center for the activities ofreceiving a whirling i never had a written report on human i
mean sometimes literally to those of his activitiesi think he had atrain stop tripping through the statethat was forced out to revert to that as i think i have always noticed that onwhat do anything that political issue i'll have a new oneday's notice of schedule for instance he may be talking to the staff of the newspaper the nextday this is a case i would call up morning to cancelour backyard callthe presidenttell youyes sir and weattempt disrupt this are you callingfor a short notice thirty or friday a lot on saturday morning there was the hell monday
night the washington hilton and out wetried to organize a rally of demonstrators reproductionsome signs leaflets saying come demonstrateagainst the fat cats thousand dollar a receptioncenter something that's where an image aside for the demonstrators men showed that wedid that weekyesterday collier'swhatever's callfor a quick so it's our times andthere's a section in the newspaper that shows all the different groups blackpanthers the immigration from the album where different groupsand we call that organization where groups that had
different organizations used to and we call the contract in totalabout the rally what we're going to be there we call some people from ourchristian movement has certainly had their heads shaved have their drums out they're ready to gowe are contactedperhaps ten or twelve african diplomatsand they are speaking in behalf ofmuscular presented myself must lead a call by phoneto the dinner for a monday night where theirnative guard and the limousine services and losingeach one of modern bring them to the water go which wasregretful the result of that was it was embarrassing for service center mustbe embarrassing for the diplomats and of course the chauffeurs orless than happy that also now before the
senate yes we hadthem printed up a local was a georgetown shopping byleo minnesota's set the type to itat the fair there werethe dress on the bill the humphrey headquartersand also the feeling of george kennedynortheastern campaign manager or something of that sortthe owner of a printing shop would be alarmed all theauthorities dragons morning that were beating like soap for that thevillager who has ordered the kindsof reportersthe democratic
national convention yes we didwe were supposed to we were going to use a timeaside maybe in july to get together and go over details that neverhappened because of the watergate break in aninvestigation how we discuss being possibly advancedlives of the delegate count could be a delegation has reached eight at the conventionwhen they're called delegation chairman setting up appointments for the candidate to meet thedelegation representing herself that candidates can show up with thedelegation and happy we were hoping toprobably that was the voice of others says he was the desirablenominee at the convention to force we were concernedalso on this has been over several times and i'm not sure it's actually a factthey're supposed to be a fly over by an airplane training hot
promiscuity with a piece of whatever out this was worried about people ormay maybe genetic about may and it was less moneyfor it at one of the local sky riderfirms really are constantly play the less money therebut i no i never contact him again i never personally saw it onthe plane trailing his message out someone told me to find some weirdmessage to latin as you thought sort ofexaggerated so it may have happened and imprisonmentbecause humans of hotel rooms at her request yesan invention that it just deposits down on them and believe inmaine again the purpose is hazy hedidn't know any detroit mention that there may be some people coming down long hairshippies possibly when they demonstrate in front of all the drought will tell
now during his free timeto update your possession should records that reflectexactly you think that was convicted you haveyou used your planewould've reflected your activities informal securityyes i had copies of theflyers and different ideas and those numbers that i did have my positionwould you do with the fact that white i destroyed the ideamillions about september i suppose or october of seventy two when we start coming outin the open house getting calls investigators in and outi was of course upset about it i want and frankly destroy what evidence and was one of allthree way you recall which investigative agency was the first
contact if our thesenator kennedy's subcommittee on administrative practices ingovernment it means industry practice of cedar subcommittee i think of the title of the chairwell yes i think those content by the fbi in august late august ofcontext than one occasion i'll subject the subcommittee on contact and theybelieve about octobermsbullock yeahlike interviews mr hardly been good question wentunanswered and the senior republican ranking republicanand public works committee which every saturday session oughtto chair the committee hearings are
likely to stop thesenate finance committeewas your involvement in politics right in your contact with the houseready conducted at the collegiate level yes or mostlyan edge never held a salary position in the republicancampaign our lotsalaried i had a position and expenses paid on several occasions and i'm in the position to saywell i was nineteen seventy i was working for governorkirk's reelection are nineteen sixty eight was involved in the students werean excellent campus and less local elections as a man running for congress andstate senator obama
campaign huge opposition well theirpolitical prank call this or there are there's the campaign ever seen orhaving been simply pranks not at this point no but they were surprisedwhen the craziest periods for wild side and campaigned yesterdayby people working for the campaignsyou were a student and we wasted oftime just in the activities it was really just foryou a big hit in europe opening statement that you initially paid a modestsalary and you wouldn't guessmy understanding records you were neverknows the lively those starting june seven hundred dollars a month andmaybe i'm moving to the army's fort lauderdale and i receive advanced ithink for five hundred dollars that was to be taken from
prorated next three months and has received five hundred dollars a month of june july augustas it turned out i did not receive anything at that time did youcontinue with the same model selling start with roger and then newswhat was their selling video was among the lawyers seeyou know i receive waivers this is an oversightnow a survey to contact you with regard to make acampaign engages present interest in that and said it yet anyhesitation all about is playing in his activitieswell they're talking about the initial contact with exactly where would his activities were going tobe one of the two i did have some misgivings about takingpart in it out i wasn't sure what i was gettinginto it was more gradual thing i guess i just keptgetting bigger and bigger all myself to understand correctly that you do this if you're loosing
yes it was just what was just not persuaded with political favorsand anytimethere's this really ever tell you that he was employed by thecrp the republican committee working for anyone in the world is are wegoing to believe thevariety who was working for who is working with where he was getting his money andactually i was curious about he would reply i don't know which of course he wasputting the arm he told me that after the election would say that i have an ice coldbeer the political situation maybe only the voicewith the songs he's resigned is no costsome of them online a minority
of the alamo several work at that way where myideas but mostly i was working on his direction there were some things that weredone that i did on my own but i thought about it do you know how muchplanning and the preparations usually there wasa lot of preparation i'll often think of somethingover the fall or in the cases i mentioned the miami when we talk about the instrument something andmaybe do it next week or the next day here some things neverfive weeks and three days you know you do thiswell ithink one thing i do believe we had a scheduling of all it was very gentlecalendar issues i understand therewas one instances justify millions morningwhere the source of the material distributed
yes sir it wasthe center for energyyes siryesterday at the university of miamidemocratic organization on campus wasdivided into several groups of three different candidates the democratic presidential candidatesthe opera that had the muscle table set up and this information on the tablethat's right and the students trust in government was thatthey made you put on the bottoms of the names on the closer that was a name was on theremy guess is that the most curious nation that want tohave their catalog but nevertheless it was on the table it maynot be printed by the end they were distributed and up it more or less went
into contradictions of settlement covers voting record and what he means that articledid you everinfiltrating in againif you're taking part in any act of violence in thecampaign not you know whether yourlittle plants that result in violencethat wasyou just like this morning that on march fourteenth the day beforethe primary you say it says to headquarters flowersthat are usually even you stink bombsdo you seriously think that any of these activities had anyimpact on the outcome prior years in what way
out on the four primary itself possibly not ahbut certainly had an effect on the candidates certainly didn't help center muskienot my understanding is that it was not your intentthat's rightitindirectly at this could be treated having some effect of the veryslight only in the fact that if a candidate gets irritated it might cause goingto be casualties before groupit has also beenengaged the jew certain demonstrations it yourimpression that these demonstrations also well have some effect on voterswell that's the beginning not necessarily yourdemonstration of industries gem i'm not convinced they
have a direct effect on the vote as far the demonstrations concernthat kind of commonplace now especially during a presidentialelection times but the purpose of it was that the center must be another candidatewas speaking somewhere scientific place in a position wherevets could pick them up it reduces or less the pedestal effect the candidatestanding there all by itself without any indication of other candidateswrap you have a close relative of candidates looks more like a lot of them are sort ofpsychological what we're listening towell you might say i was regretting itwasn't jumping for joy about it i'm not sure i realized exactly whati was doing when i was doing it
especially when the investigating story that was more scary than anything else andafter that it became a new to thepressure of the investigators in a press call last week i had more time to reflectabout just what i was doing and i ireally can't say that at the time was i regretted it otherwise i imagined i would be doing itat the time we were in that these activities you feel that you arephysically in a type of activity that was on partial american political systemwellenough in that way and i don't feel that it was part of parcel of the american system amuch bigger scalelike sabotage than possibly earlier and that person notthat like i always say that when i have seen other campaigns ofthese activities that take part in that the
press recently things were not to thisscope of silicon valley a place that i can put itcategoryit's been scarysoyour conclusion is ridiculous ourdemeanor of those surveyed i was happy with thestockades i very much regretted you apersonal ban metal misgivings are secondary to the guilt i feel
the senators and people that i'm a per person whoagain feel regretsmr realizing not necessarily when i was caughtdoing this i suppose by theaugust septemberoctober november it was something i wasn't doing itpolitically edgy humori guess ambitions like many things like thatthat hurdle was overambitious and i was expecting to have highcontact with germs that was working with an idea wasmaybe the white house for reelection committee and why
it is a short term success rate very very unfortunatewe got away with the senator and i've not been i sure youdon't feel he uses guilt i gather fromyour responses this morning to show you are not aware of the mississippi and its real identityuntil after the election itself was anunusual womanto lose someonewell i was in the senate is using theadvent of advice that my cells possibly not just the two of them maybeusing you know i was thinking about the election ad job in washingtoni'm not rationalizing doing my actions at allanything or is it can be done the city well well
deserved but it's it's not supposed to make a difference as you now havewhat two weeks ago or two weeks from now if we were concerned about thedesertas to persist yes andit began with the pranks start getting more moreintense yeah i was aware of some of the things that was doing were not legalso it was unusualweavingspiderit's easy now back as they say forget it don't bother mebut as i said earlier tobeing uninsured and overly ambitious andas
republicans so activitiesand it would be so committed with theseactivities on ethical immoral illegal also advertise anunethical becausethey'll three and distribution of misleading literature withdoctor identify missiles or the store that mysource of personal faithinvitations to nonexistent events saying fake pressreleases saying false rumors designed to the candidateof the opposition party is saying veryfoolish same thingwere you referring
to in that situation is alotof killings and all the metalforming material suppliers who religious limousines in the act ofan opposition candidate with no intention that sayinviting a master's of foreign countrieswisdom to avoid responsibilityyesbut is there something wrong with gems of hisviews on the table to not being able to selectfreely that as candidates yesterday as an
audio conclusion that in florida the people of florida whowere not given the right to really select the bestcandidate i think it's a sweeping generalities abit most people were not because of my activities i think most people were verymuch aware of the activities were taking place the candidates themselves were not that many ofthose affected however i i really believe if one person affected byadversely that was wrong there's you have a choice a decisionas the distribution of literaturewhen he goes what you
usually dotheothers thosecharacters operation on it yesterday and i think that's reallywhat was going to really have any effect on theselection or what kind of distribution did you marrywell senator bernie for answers to thequestion that the militia that was distributed wasn't necessarilystrategic the person receiving itwasn't even of the fifties or passed out fifty are not going to fight theelection very well you were going was that we were expecting at least one of thosefifty two we raised enough to show that the candidate acandidate to become upset about playing out another candidate in
the primary election because this court the content andit wasn't a sort of a direct effect on the effect on the candidatesagreed i might come outevery one of the one hundred senators to seven and i stayed silent about all kinds ofdirty tricks played on him because a political campaign than we expecteddozensof families hereyou don't really pay much attention to itwell anyway distribution did you might and incidentally i'm notminimize his detractorssalaries
deliberations here perhaps will produce legislationwas it will be better able to control this whatabout the distribution give us some examples of how and whythat you distributed some of these mines well iwas in art of these examples university of miami shows a flyer thatwas around campus are former secretary ofthe interior udall was supposed to speak out on behalfof a leader the young democrats on campus are they decided tocancel his engagement there because they thought it was maybe less effective speaker we foundout about a week of flies over camp is announcing the time andplace a previously settled canceled secretary he'll be speaking so theyhad to put him back on the schedule andgo very well the speech levy speaking to when he was
being hosted by the end democrats are speaking just in but toembark on the candidates it has certainly used to say let'sgo into syria and you know making sure routes are you knowwell if i'm going to report not thateffect is biggerthere was testimony rangedthat word i'm not completely clear oni think there were those would be from lindsay are notmuslims dance or humphreys a letter which on it stands forisrael feels that israel should be treated the same way as cuban relations to cubathese are passed out and put under the windshield wipers carve parkinsonadvance our mind maybe ahundred two hundred those
guys much effect on the election or againsther i can of course but a statistic what it did interms of poachers very small yellow lever that the purpose was nottrue that votes in the florida primaries to talk about the discomfortamong candidates yet the backbiting and to make a few years haveimagined that some of their work to thawmayor ed sullivan was ceo of a fake press releases does thatmost of the cuban operated not supportive as much military assistance forisrael is seldom us politicsso whatis it r because that was the one big issue of coursei'm only jewish population and they counter images were
cultures to theoccasion in the center of moscowsanders made a notation here that you helpeddistribute a reprint of the newsweek article about mrs ma's aswell as familyexhibits for reagan had tojoblessness yasser was written by newsweek and how many milliondollar rebranded pass gas i believethisis npr newshe's with the washington
postwellthat would've been working as acomplimentary i think what we were doing there was so much of it thaton improvingyou work in florida are explicitly exemptfrom a trip to washington as did many people work withyou people that i only hire arefrain from using friendship level associates the reason thati wasn't overly proud of what i was doing even though i didnot i want a secret letters and even about it and i wasliving at home if i know if i was gettinginto it also how many were engaged in your operation
how many people did you lie about one every time thedifferent times i would say and it'stwenty people i suppose that handed out leaflets andlet's say between twenty three children livethereyes sir isn't it true that there were thousands ofyoung people in florida and a republican side and also on thedemocrats who were working out in legitimate waysfor reelection of president nixon and also the campusit's
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Anchor: MacNeil, Robert
Anchor: Lehrer, James
Producing Organization: WETA-TV
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Identifier: 2342085-1-1 (MAVIS Item ID)
Format: 2 inch videotape
Generation: Preservation
Color: Color

Identifier: cpb-aacip-512-v69862cb8n__2342085-6-1.mp4.mp4 (mediainfo)
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Chicago: “1973 Watergate Hearings; 1973-10-04; Part 1 of 4,” 1973-10-04, Library of Congress, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (WGBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC, accessed May 19, 2019, http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip_512-v69862cb8n.
MLA: “1973 Watergate Hearings; 1973-10-04; Part 1 of 4.” 1973-10-04. Library of Congress, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (WGBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Web. May 19, 2019. <http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip_512-v69862cb8n>.
APA: 1973 Watergate Hearings; 1973-10-04; Part 1 of 4. Boston, MA: Library of Congress, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (WGBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Retrieved from http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip_512-v69862cb8n