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order to escape going to prison.26th June, 1972:John Dean
meetsVernon Waltersto ask him if theCIAwould
provide financial assistance for the Watergate burglars.28th June, 1972:Vernon WalterstellsJohn Deanthat theCIAis unwilling to
provide financial assistance for theWatergateburglars. This information ispassed on toJohn N. Mitchell,Frederick LaRue
andRobert Mardian.29th June, 1972:John Dean
meetsHerbert W. Kalmbachand tells him thatH.
R. Haldeman,John EhrlichmanandJohn N. Mitchell
want him to raise moneyfor theWatergateburglars. Later that dayMaurice Stansgives Kalmbach
$75,000. Of this money, William Bittman receives $25,000.Dorothy Huntasksfor $450,000 and gets the first installment of $40,000.6th July, 1972:Richard Helmsinforms theFBIthat theCIAwill not be
damaged by a full investigation into theWatergatebreak-in.19th July, 1972:Frederick LaRue
gives $40,000 toHerbert W. Kalmbach. Hethen takes it to New York and this money is given toAnthony Ulasewicz.22nd July, 1972:
reports thatGordon Liddy
had been sacked byJohnN. Mitchell
because he refused to answer FBIquestions aboutWatergate.
29th July, 1972:Frederick LaRue
gives $30,000 toHerbert W. Kalmbach. Thisis transmitting toAnthony Ulasewicz.1st August , 1972:
The Washington Post
reports that a $25,000 cashier'scheck intended for the the Committee to Reelect the President (CREEP)
hasbeen found in the bank account of a Watergate burglar.30th August, 1972:Richard Nixonannounces thatJohn Deanhad conducted
an investigation into the Watergate affair and found that no-one from the WhiteHouse was involved.15th September, 1972: The first indictments in Watergate are made against:Frank Sturgis,Virgilio Gonzalez,Eugenio Martinez,Bernard L. Barker ,James
E. Howard HuntandGordon Liddy.
19th September, 1972:Anthony Ulasewicz
flies to Washington and delivers$53,000 toDorothy Hunt
and $29,000 toFrederick LaRue.29th September, 1972:Bob WoodwardandCarl Bernsteinof the
report thatJohn N. Mitchell, while serving as Attorney-General, controlleda secretRepublican
fund used to finance widespread intelligence-gatheringoperations against theDemocrats(Operation Gemstone
7th October, 1972:Deep Throat
that the "Canuck Letter"