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Date: 12 Jan 2004 05:25:37 -0000
From: Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header (THE REAL DEEP THROAT)
Subject: There was no "first break-in" at the Watergate
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There was no "first break-in" at Democratic National Committee
headquarters at the Watergate on 28 May 1972 as claimed by Liddy,
Hunt, McCord, Baldwin and their CIA-trained pack of Cuban liars,
nor were there any failed "attempts" on 26 and 27 May 1972, as
they also claimed. It is, and always has been, a lie.
There is not now, and never has been, a single scrap of evidence
to corroborate their stories of the alleged "first break-in" and
prior failed attempts. They only "corroborated" each other.
That's why none of their cooked stories ever made any sense to
anybody who tried to make sense of it.
That's why the so-called "logs" of the allegedly tapped DNC phone
were always described as having been "worthless" by the players
who peddled the story, and were destroyed without anyone
investigating the case ever seeing any such alleged "logs." Of
course they were worthless: they were fictional, manufactured
work-product "logs" filtered through Liddy, not logs of actual
phone calls, because the phone was never tapped.
That's why the phone company sweep of the DNC headquarters at the
Watergate just days before the break-in on 16-17 June 1972 found
no trace of any bugging device on any phone: there never was one.
That's why Liddy carefully made a big production of having
letterhead printed that was emblazoned with the "top secret" name
of his so-called "covert intelligence" operation - GEMSTONE -
then made sure plenty of people saw it. GEMSTONE was not an
intelligence operation: it was only a COVER for a major
That's why the Cubans actually did hold an "Ameritas" dinner on
26 May 1972 at the Watergate: to make damned sure there was a
record of their presence there and that the staff would remember
them. But Liddy and Hunt weren't there. Ask them where they were.
Ask them where they really were. (They'll tell you they were "in
the vicinity." They are career liars.)
That's why the other career liar, Alfred Baldwin, claimed under
oath that Liddy and the others were at McGovern headquarters at
2:00 a.m. during the night of 26-27 May 1972 - with Liddy
purportedly riding around for a half hour with Baldwin and McCord
- yet Liddy claims he was involved in the "first attempt" of the
"first break-in" at the Watergate that night, using the "Ameritas
business dinner" ploy. They both are career liars lying to cover
up where they and Hunt really were.
That's why the other career liar, Bernard Barker, swore in
Congress that his "only job" on the alleged "first break-in" was
to "search for documents to be photographed," while career liar
Liddy swore under oath that the only purpose of the team in the
alleged "first break-in" was "to place a tap on the telephone in
the office of Lawrence O'Brien and to place a room monitoring
device in the office of Lawrence O'Brien" - neither of which was
done. Why? Because there was no "first break-in" at all: it was a
planned cover story and alibi for what really was done.
And that's why they actually did break in, and arranged very
carefully to get "caught," on the night of 16-17 June 1972: the
only reason was so the lie about 26, 27, and 28 May 1972 could be
put into the record.
Why the big lie? Why get themselves convicted of a burglary? What
were they really covering up that would be important enough to go
to jail? Here's a hint: it's better than going to the chair.
Ask Hunt and Liddy why they had gone to the Pierre Hotel in New
York City eight months earlier, on 4 September 1971 (the day
after the equally phony Fielding office "break-in" using the
exact same CIA-trained personnel/liars - same thing). Ask them
what they were actually doing there, 3/4 of a mile from the Times
Square "lab" of CIA's Cleve Backster, just before the hook-up of
Backster and Ingo Swann.
There was no "first break-in" at the Watergate on 28 May 1972.
There were no "failed attempts" on 26 and 27 May 1972. It never
was anything but a cover story and alibi for one of the dirtiest
deeds ever done.
The surviving principals and accomplices, as well as the
surviving accessories to and after the fact, need no reminder
that there is no statute of limitations on what they did and have
L. Patrick Gray was right on 17 April 1973 when he told Lowell
Weicker "the lid is going to blow off." He just didn't know it
was going to take over 30 years to blow.
PERSONAL MESSAGE TO CAREER-TURD LIDDY: "Two seven thousand." So
who's going to fry for all that hugger-mugger, Miss Priss? Better
start squealing, piG-Man. Somebody else already has.
THE REAL DEEP THROAT
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