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Nixons Grad Jury Testimony June 23 1975 Pt 2

Nixons Grad Jury Testimony June 23 1975 Pt 2

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Nixon's Grand Jury Testtimony June 23, 1975, concerning Watergate and the 18 minute gap on the White House tapes.
Nixon's Grand Jury Testtimony June 23, 1975, concerning Watergate and the 18 minute gap on the White House tapes.

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MR.
DAVIS: I
think
we
were
introduced
before.
2
My
name
is
Richard
Davis
and
with
me
is
Judy
Denny.
The
3
area of inquiry
that
we
are
going
to
focus
on
involves
the
4
investigation
that
has
been
conducted
relating to
an
5
eighteen
and
a
half
minute
gap
,
in
a
recording
of
a
6
conversation
between
yourself
and
Mr.
Haldeman
on
June20,
7
1972
8
According
to
your
dailydiaries
which were
made
9
available in
connection
with
the
hearings
in
front
of
10
Judge
Sirica, that
meeting
took
place
approximately
from
11
11:25a.m.
to
12:45
p.m.,
and
in
the
course
of
asking
12
,
questions
it
should
be
always
assumed
when
I
refer
to the
13
June
20
Haldeman
conversation,
it
is
to
that
conversation
.14
to
which
I
am
referring.
15
.
To
begin,
I
would
Hi
THE
WITNESS:
If
I
could
ask
one
question
there.
This
17
is
just
for
information only.
This
matteroftheeighteen
18
and
a
half
minute
~ap
I
know
Judge
Sirica
considered
to
be
l
~
his
dishof
tea
and
hehad
it
all
wiped
around
in
open
:!6
court. Is
this
a
matter
that
the
Grand
Jury
is
already
-21
familiar
with,
or
is
the
Grand
Jury
now
investigating
it?
22
I
mean,
it
is
perfectly
all
right,
but
I
just
wanted
to
know
23
because
the
masses
of
material
you
sent to
me,
naturally
you
24
didn't
send
me
any
Grand
Jury
testimony
because
I
have
no
25
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more
right
to
see
it
than
any
other
citizen,
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sent
to
me
was
all
before
Sirica
in
open
court.
2
HR.DAVIS:You
shouldbe
advised
that
i"n
Januar
y, I
3
believe,
January
of
1974,
at
the
conclusion
of the
hearings
4
in
front
of
Judge
Sirica,
Judge
Sirica
referred
thematter
5
for
investigation
by
the
Grand
Jury
and
the
Grand
Jury
has
6
been
investigating
the
matter.
7
THE
WITNESS: And
the
Grand
Jury
has
heard
the
same
8
witnesses
that
Judge
Sirica
had
in
open
court.
9
MR.
DAVIS:
Of
course,
I
cannot
describe theexact
10
witnesses.
I
think
it
should
be
safely
assumed
--
11
THE
WITNESS:
All
right,
all
right,
I
have enough.
12.
You
have
been
investigating
it.
That's fine.
I
just
want
to
13
be
sure
the
Grand
Jury
has
everything
that
Judge
Sirica
14
has.
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MR.
DAVIS:
We
are
hopeful they
have
more.
I
would
like
to
begin
by
having
marked
as
Exhibit
No.
B-1
which
I
will
show
to
you,
a
copy
ofthe
subpoena which
was
issued
in
July,
1973,
by
the
Grand
Juryrequesting
certain
tapes.
(The
document
referred to
was
marked
Exhb
it
N
o.
B-1
for
",
.
'.
'
identification.)
THE
WITNESS: You
are
interested
in
item
I-A,
is
that
23
correct?
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MR.
DAVIS:
That
is
correct,
but
just
as
a
general
matter,
did
you
at
the
time
this
subpoena
was
served
attempt
 
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focus
v
on
the content
of
theconversations?
I am
not
asking
for
the content,
I
am
just
asking
whether
you
attempted
to
focus
or
determine
what had
been
said in
thevarious conversations
which
are
listed
in
the
subpoenawhich
is
before
you?
THE
WITNESS:
No,
I
don't
recall
having
done
so.
I
just
took
a
quick
look
at
the
magnitude
of the
subpoenaand,
incidentally,
at
this
point
I
should
also
say
that
we,
as
you know,
were
contesting
the
process
in court.
You
aretalking
about
at
the
time
it
was
delivered.
We
had
no
intention
of,
frankly,
comply~ng
unless the
court
should so
find
and
we
thought
maybe
we
could
win
in
court
,
but
we
didn't.
MR.
DAVIS:
We
are
aware
of
that,
and
basicall
y
thequestion
really
is just
as
a
preliminary matter
to
find out
whether
around
the
time
the
subpoena
that
was
served
you
made
an
effort
either
throughyour
own
recollection
orby
checking
other materials
to
learn
what
was
said in
thevarious conversations
referred to in
the
subpoena.
THE
WITNESS:
If
you
are
talking
about
this
particu
l
ar
time,
I
don't
recall
focusing
particularl
y. I
should
point
out
,
however,
that
on
the
4th
of
June
that,
as
you
are
aware,
because
it
has been
publicly
testified
to
,I
under-
stand,
I
listened
to
the,
what
I
think
were
the
Oval
Officetapes
with
Mr. Dean
and
consequently
if
I
saw
the
subpoena

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