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what actually happened recently went to testifywhat your positionteenagers in mississippi andhe's rightmr deanwhat happened and obviously is i think must havebeen justified don't want to discuss the matter all right herefirst served on the council and was looking after mass shootingsvenuseighteen
minwell seventyin nineteen seventyeightmr deanwas there any discussion aboutthatand i said
right whitehouse's response to this committeeand i think that was prompted at least that was my understanding of time it wasnot the fact the president waspressed on the question of its second yearwith respect to thepossibilitiesthese socalled white house horrors archie efforts to keep a littletimein conversation and
consensus that in one person'sreadyou knowif i understand your questionthat is kirk all thetestimony of this is theunitedstateswe're going to place betsso far
with that statementit's noti need itthat's correct it's based solely on my association with the presidenthave not conversations oneither for the questions topayso the final attempt to determine the president's knowledge of the watergate activity sandbagshas concluded that his examination of alertness other senator spoke for lunch we're going to take a shortride public television's coverage of the senate watergate hearings will continue actor author stationidentification on average coverage of these hearings is provided as a
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campaign activities you again correspondent jim lehrer as wego back to the senate caucus room now minority counsel fred thompson is about as johnmitchell about government intelligence operationsandtheni wouldn't say
it's time for an interviewon the consideration of interagencya violation of vision committee in the meantime avidfansnowadays andorganizationso the intelligence communitywe've seen orders where areyou in
anticipation of violent acts in connection with vermont's version of other times just for violentactsas lazarmr lee is avery funnyway implementationemergency evaluation commission takepersonnel from their intelligence gathering thereis but women who had one where they
sort of exchange ideas and ofcourse a very wait what intelligence or thegovernment was a great deal of the collection ofintelligence committee evaluation and dissemination like a great dealforget itit uses away that andto find out that you were many events thathappened in this the capitalsuch events that if we have an appropriateintelligence in advance we might've been able to prohibit i know the connectionwith the demonstrations that
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job descriptions that kind ofinformation orintelligencecommitteesany discussionyou knowit
isthis reportand he'd meeting place in which literally theseintelligence activities workers arebeing who i understand they have meetingsmay have made reference to the fact that he was gatheringmr crowell yes sirthank you working on that scaleprogram or so of decembernine nineteen seventy one and there at the
anniversary series of meetings allplacesthe americansmr chrisyes becauseyesyes he was
very much involved in the white house relationship with mrcohen we're in there as far asthese activities are american citizensthe gemini deceptionthank youthe moneynone whatsoever
what is yourreligious viewsaccording to managers and so forthone of the reasonsformer assistant prosecutor thegrand jury nicethat's right
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course there are the statements that the grooves oftelephone calls from hell's hearti think that those areas of testimony that would be agreat source of information for my conjectureyou knowhe's a billionairei have no wayimagination
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1973 Watergate Hearings
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1973-07-10
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Part 2 of 4
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Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer anchor gavel-to-gavel coverage of day 17 of the U.S. Senate Watergate hearings. In today's hearing, John Mitchell testifies.
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1973-07-10
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Chicago: “1973 Watergate Hearings; 1973-07-10; Part 2 of 4,” 1973-07-10, 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-w37kp7vq44.
MLA: “1973 Watergate Hearings; 1973-07-10; Part 2 of 4.” 1973-07-10. 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-w37kp7vq44>.
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