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Folder 9/17: Material used in preparing for the deposition of [Richard Nixon] R.M.N- [L. Patrick] Gray and Wiretap Investigation

Folder 9/17: Material used in preparing for the deposition of [Richard Nixon] R.M.N- [L. Patrick] Gray and Wiretap Investigation

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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. 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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BY
HR.
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fil
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in
the
United
States
District
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for
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District
of
Columbi
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by
the
Special Prosecutor
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President
Nixon
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Tuesday
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examined
under
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at
the
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Guard
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ite
House
in
San
Clemente,
California.
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members
of
one
of the
Watergate
grand
juries
were
present.
The
examination
was
conducted
by
several
members
of
the
office
of
the
Special Prosecutor
and
consisted
of
a
total
of
approximately
eleven
hours
of
questioning
over
the
two
day
period.
The
examinationcovered
a
wide
range
of
subjects.
Mr.
Nixon
was
not
under
subpoena. His
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testi-
mony
in
Californiafor
the
District
of
Columbi
a
grand
jury
was
voluntary
and
responsive
to
the
expressed
desires
of
the
o
ffice
ofthe
Special Prosecutor
for
his
testimony
relative
to
the
grand
jury's
ongoing
investigations.
It
was
the
former
President'sdesire
to
coope
rate
with
the
office
of the
SpecialProsecutor
in
the
areas
which
that
office
desiredto
interrogat
e
him, and
it
was
Mr.
Nixon's
feeling
in
view
of
the
an·ticipated length of
his
testimony,
 
the
present
state
ofhis
health,
and
the
co
mpli
cationsinevitablyattendant to
extended
travel,
the
examination
would
be most
efficiently
conducted
inCalifornia.
Mr.
Nixon's
decision
to
testify
followed
consUltation
\vi
th his
medical
advisors.
The
examination
itself
was
conducted
on
Monday
and
Tuesday,
June
23
and24,
1975.
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