Nixon's Crimes

 
October 9 2009, 0 Comments
Aug. 30, 2004 Updated Jan14, 2007 Nixon addressing his cabinet and White House staff prior to his departure, Aug. 9,1974. On the eve of the release of the "smoking-gun tape," President Nixon cut...
 
January 10 2011, 0 Comments
Daniel Ellsberg (left) The WikiLeaks disclosures of top-secret government documents recall the time in 1971 when the intrepid Daniel Ellsberg released the “Pentagon Papers” to The New York Times...
 
July 8 2013, 0 Comments
Henry Kissinger wormed his way into Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential campaign by volunteering to act as the Republican’s mole at the Paris peace negotiations to end the Vietnam War. Kissinger’s...
 
October 2 2009, 0 Comments
October 15, 2003 (updated 03/22/09)   Richard M. Nixon press conference releasing the transcripts of the White House tapes, 04/29/1974. Nixon's ties to the assassination of President...
 
March 6 2011, 0 Comments
Between March of 1969 and August of 1973, President Nixon illegally bombed Cambodia, causing over three-million tons of bombs to rain downs on the neutral country and the deaths of an estimated...
 
February 4 2013, 0 Comments
Lt. William Calley Mini-My Lai massacres happened nearly every day in Vietnam, and thousands of war crimes were committed there by both sides in the conflict. In 1971, while the war was still...

The Plot to Assassinate Spiro Agnew

August 26 2013, 0 Comments
Vice-President Spiro Agnew and Richard Nixon Former Vice President Spiro Agnew was told by President Nixon’s chief of staff to resign, to “go quietly…or else.” by David Robb It’s not every...

Henry Kissinger: President Johnson’s Benedict Arnold

July 8 2013, 0 Comments
Henry Kissinger wormed his way into Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential campaign by volunteering to act as the Republican’s mole at the Paris peace negotiations to end the Vietnam War. Kissinger’s...

Vietnam War Crimes

February 4 2013, 0 Comments
Lt. William Calley Mini-My Lai massacres happened nearly every day in Vietnam, and thousands of war crimes were committed there by both sides in the conflict. In 1971, while the war was still...
Fri, 10/09/2009 - 02:01
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Aug. 30, 2004 Updated Jan14, 2007 Nixon addressing his cabinet and White House staff prior to his departure, Aug. 9,1974. On the eve of the release of the "smoking-gun tape," President Nixon cut a blanket pardon deal with Vice President Ford that would put Ford in the Oval...
Mon, 10/05/2009 - 01:19
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February 5, 2006 President Richard Nixon with Bebe Rebozo (left) and J. Edgar Hoover (center) at the "Florida White House". Credit: National Archives. By the time he became president in 1969, Richard Nixon had been on the giving and receiving end of major underworld...
Fri, 10/02/2009 - 23:43
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October 15, 2003 (updated 03/22/09)   Richard M. Nixon press conference releasing the transcripts of the White House tapes, 04/29/1974. Nixon's ties to the assassination of President Kennedy run deep, from his association with Jack Ruby, his ties to Jimmy Hoffa and...
Sat, 09/12/2009 - 00:37
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Jack Anderson Richard Nixon detested syndicated reporter Jack Anderson and put right at the top of his “enemies list.” When Nixon-ordered CIA and FBI volunteered surveillance of the muckraker failed to dig up any dirt, the plot to assassinate Anderson took on a life of its...
Sat, 09/12/2009 - 00:33
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Sen. Edward Kennedy Chappaquiddick was a bonanza for the Kennedy-hating Nixon, who tried many tactics to catch Ted Kennedy in an extra-marital affair in order to derail his anticipated 1972 presidential bid. by Don Fulsom In the summer of 1969, President Richard Nixon...
Sat, 09/12/2009 - 00:27
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Updated Feb. 23, 2010 Frank Sinatra Both Nixon and Sinatra had deep ties to the Mafia. It was only natural that after President John Kennedy dumped Sinatra that Ole Blue Eyes hooked up with the biggest politician in the Mob’s pocket. Sinatra hung around with Nixon and...
Fri, 09/11/2009 - 23:37
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Charles Gregory “Bebe” Rebozo and Richard Nixon Bebe Rebozo came in and out of the Nixon White House as he pleased, without being logged in by the Secret Service. At 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he had his own private office with a telephone and a designated bedroom always at...
Fri, 04/24/2009 - 18:48
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December 30, 2008  Richard Nixon Treason is the highest crime an American can commit against his country. And that's what one president accused his successor of committing.  by Don Fulsom  Richard Nixon's treason to scuttle President Lyndon Johnson's 1968...

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