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Folder 9/12: #1 Grand Jury Examination of Richard Nixon-Outline and Exhibits

Folder 9/12: #1 Grand Jury Examination of Richard Nixon-Outline and Exhibits

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In May 1975, the Watergate Special Prosecution Force (WSPF) decided that it was necessary to question former President Richard M. Nixon in connection with various investigations being conducted by the WSPF. Mr. Nixon was questioned over the period of two days, June 23 and June 24, 1975, and the testimony was taken as part of various investigations being conducted by the January 7, 1974, Grand Jury for the District of Columbia (the third Watergate Grand Jury).
Chief Judge George Hart signed an order authorizing that the sworn deposition of Mr. Nixon be taken at the Coast Guard Station in San Mateo, California with two members of the grand jury present. The deposition was taken in California because Mr. Nixon’s doctor had determined that Mr. Nixon was unable to travel to Washington, DC, for health reasons.
For more information on the testimony, go to the National Archives web page on the Nixon Grand Jury testimonials: http://www.archives.gov/research/investigations/watergate/nixon-grand-jury/index-original.html
Please note: All files are in PDF format. Due to the large file sizes (maximum 10 MB), we recommend that you save them rather than try to open them directly. For those folders with digital file sizes larger than 10 MB, we have divided them into parts for ease of download.
In May 1975, the Watergate Special Prosecution Force (WSPF) decided that it was necessary to question former President Richard M. Nixon in connection with various investigations being conducted by the WSPF. Mr. Nixon was questioned over the period of two days, June 23 and June 24, 1975, and the testimony was taken as part of various investigations being conducted by the January 7, 1974, Grand Jury for the District of Columbia (the third Watergate Grand Jury).
Chief Judge George Hart signed an order authorizing that the sworn deposition of Mr. Nixon be taken at the Coast Guard Station in San Mateo, California with two members of the grand jury present. The deposition was taken in California because Mr. Nixon’s doctor had determined that Mr. Nixon was unable to travel to Washington, DC, for health reasons.
For more information on the testimony, go to the National Archives web page on the Nixon Grand Jury testimonials: http://www.archives.gov/research/investigations/watergate/nixon-grand-jury/index-original.html

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I remember it was in 1969 than American President Richard Nixon said, “Let us understand: North Viet Nam cannot defeat or humiliate the United States. Only Americans can do that.” Not true. That’s just simply not true. We need to know upfront that defeat and humiliation is always a chance in war, which is why it’s always better not to go to war. In violence we forget who we are.
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