Complete your John Mitchell collection. John Mitchell (20) – Watergate, Vol. 4: "White House Horrors" The Testimony Of John Mitchell.
The fourth Volume of the Folkways Watergate series is the testimony of former Attorney General, John Mitchell. On this recording Mitchell is cross examined about his nefarious connection with the Watergate break-in. 101. Senator Talmadge: The Liddy Plan/ Senator Inouye: Criminal Activites Discussed, Why Wasn't the President Advised, Protecting the President, Is the President Above the Law? Herman Talmadge and Daniel Inouye.
Watergate, Vo. : White House Horrors: The Testimony of John Mitchell, Former Attoryney General of the . Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1974 7 Tracks.
Listen to online John Mitchell (20) - Watergate. This album was released in 1974 year. John Mitchell (20) - Senator Inouye: Criminal Activities Discussed. Why Wasn't The President Advised? Protecting The President. Is The President Above The Law? mp3. A3. John Mitchell (20) - Executive Privilege mp3. A4. John Mitchell (20) - Involvement Of The . mp3. B1. John Mitchell (20) - Senator Baker: Involving The President mp3. B2. John Mitchell (20) - Nixon As President mp3.
Listen to Watergate, Vo. in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Label: Folkways Records – FD 5554 Series: Volume Four – Type: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: US Date of released: 1974 Category: Non-Music Style: Political. Musician: John Mitchell. Album's title: Watergate "White House Horrors" The Testimony Of John Mitchell.
The White House Horrors is a term attributed to Richard Nixon's former United States Attorney General John N. Mitchell to describe the crimes and abuses committed by Nixon's staff during his presidency. The revelation of their existence and scope is among the many events of the Watergate scandal. Here is a listing of much of the criminality involved: Breaking into Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office.
John Newton Mitchell was the 67th Attorney General of the United States under President Richard Nixon. Prior to that, he had been a municipal bond lawyer, director of Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign, and one of Nixon's closest personal friends. Tape recordings made by President Nixon and the testimony of others involved confirmed that Mitchell had participated in meetings to plan the break-in of the Democratic Party's national headquarters in the Watergate Hotel. In addition, he had met, on at least three occasions, with the president in an effort to cover up White House involvement after the burglars were.
This album was released on the label Folkways Records (catalog number FD 5554).
|A1||Senator Talmadge: The Liddy Plan|
|A2||Senator Inouye: Criminal Activities Discussed. Why Wasn't The President Advised? Protecting The President. Is The President Above The Law?|
|A4||Involvement Of The F.B.I. And C.I.A.|
|B1||Senator Baker: Involving The President|
|B2||Nixon As President|
|B3||Senator Ervin: Executive Privilege. Telling The Truth|
|B4||Senator Weicker: Protecting The President|
|FD 5554||John Mitchell||Watergate "White House Horrors" The Testimony Of John Mitchell (LP, Album)||Folkways Records||FD 5554||US||1974|