Nixon Grand Jury Transcripts Revealed

Friday, November 11, 2011

On August 8, 1974, then President Nixon bid adieu to the White House staff with the famous words, "Au revoir. You’ll see us again." With a tacit acknowledgement of his role in the Watergate scandal that brought down members of his presidential staff, Richard Nixon resigned at noon the next morning. His resignation was a first time a president left office in the nation's history, and so was his appearance before a grand jury in June of 1975.

Until now, President Nixon's testimony was sealed but the U.S. government's Nixon Presidential Library made them available to the public thanks, in part, to the efforts of Stanley Kutler. Kutler is professor emeritus of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and author of "Abuse of Power: The Nixon Tapes."

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marcia kurilla from mn

I am trying to contact Stanley I Kutler to release the full truth of Richard Nixon.I was a member of the financial reelection committee at the time and was exposed to the raw abuse of the adm. What I know would have put him behind bars for a long time. Who he used in power to silence those who reported.

Nov. 18 2011 11:57 AM

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