Date: 13 Jan 2004 21:02:40 -0000
From: Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header (THE REAL DEEP THROAT)
Subject: Why is Liddy lying about 26 May 1972?
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Why is Liddy lying about where he really was on 26 May 1972?
Note the ALL CAPS EMPHASIS in the following excerpts of Liddy's
self-conflicting stories of the evening of 26 May 1972.
CAREER-LIAR LIDDY'S FIRST STORY IN HIS BOOK, "WILL":
"On 26 May  the Cubans all moved into the Watergate Hotel
under assumed names, posing as a group working for a corporation
named Ameritas. ...We had found that the Continental Room door to
the corridor was equipped with an electric alarm, so we couldn't
get through the banquet room after hours without first defeating
it. McCord discovered that the door alarm wasn't activated until
11 P.M. That proved THE KEY TO OUR PLAN.
"Ameritas told the Watergate Hotel that it wanted to hold a
dinner meeting and presentation. To allay suspicion and kill time
Hunt had a multicourse banquet ordered and rented a motion
picture projector AND TRAVEL FILM to play after dinner. ...We
expected the DNC headquarters would be vacant well before 11 P.M.
on a Friday night.
"MCCORD...EXCUSED HIMSELF FROM THE BANQUET... . Banquet time
arrived and THE REST OF US HAD A GOOD TIME, even POLISHING OFF
MCCORD'S MEAL. The film went on as scheduled and WAS SO BORING
the waiters were encouraged to clean up and leave early. WE RAN
THE FILM a couple of times for the benefit of anyone looking
in... . Finally, at 10:30 P.M, with NO WORD FROM MCCORD that the
DNC offices had yet been vacated, a guard making his periodic
rounds looked in and told US WE'D HAVE TO LEAVE.
"EVERYONE DID, EXCEPT HUNT AND GONZALEZ, who stayed behind
to turn out the lights, hoping TO RECEIVE WORD FROM MCCORD OVER
THE TRANSCEIVER... ."
G. Gordon Liddy's "autobiography,"
CAREER-LIAR LIDDY'S SECOND STORY, UNDER OATH, IN VIDEOTAPED
DEPOSITION 6 DECEMBER 1996:
"[O]n the 26th of May we made our first of three attempts. Took
three attempts to get into there, because while it might not look
it, it is a fairly high-security building. There were some
Federal Reserve offices in there, as I recall, and so you had
guards from that downstairs, and then you had the building guards
and so on.
"In any event, the first plan was to have the Cuban cohort
pose as businessmen, salespeople. And so we created an
organization called Ameritas, A-m-e-r-i-t-a-s, and we rented a
ground floor room in which to hold a business dinner, supposedly.
We had a camera--a projector, rather, and screen. We had A FILM
APPROPRIATE TO TRAINING OF BUSINESS PEOPLE. And the object of the
exercise was to stay there so long that the guards would leave
them alone, and the alarm which led from there into the office
building WOULD BE DISARMED BY MR. MCCORD. And that would be how
we would get in.
"Bear in mind that I WAS NOT AT THAT DINNER. I WAS PRESENT
IN THE AREA BUT NOT AT THAT DINNER."
G. Gordon Liddy in sworn testimony 6 December 1996
United States District Court for the District of Columbia
No. 92-1807: Maureen K. Dean and John W. Dean, Plaintiffs,
v. St. Martin's Press, Inc., Len Colodny, Robert Gettlin,
G. Gordon Liddy, and Phillip Mackin Bailley, Defendants.
Liddy had eight years to get his story straight about 26 May 1972
before he published the pack of lies he called "WILL" in 1980.
Liddy had 11 more years to get his story straight before he
"completely updated" his pack of lies called "WILL" in 1991.
Liddy had five more years to get his story straight before he was
put under oath, on videotape, in deposition in December 1996.
Can you count the contradictions?
The alarm was supposed to be "disarmed by McCord" after 11:00
p.m., this was "the key" to their plan - yet McCord "excused
himself from the banquet" before it was even served, never to
return, and suddenly, somehow, became a look-out checking for
whether the DNC headquarters was vacant or not?
The film was a "travel film" - but also somehow was "a film
appropriate to training of business people"?
Liddy was there at the banquet, helping to polish off McCord's
plate, being bored by the travel/business-training film, and left
with the rest when told to - but "was not at that dinner"?
So which time was Liddy lying: in his book, or under oath?
The correct answer is: both times. Liddy is a career liar.
It is true that Liddy was not at that dinner on 26 May 1972. That
one part he finally told the truth about under oath in December
1996, and proved conclusively in the process that he'd been lying
for twenty-four years about it. Hunt was not in any liquor
cabinet on that night, either, as Liddy went on to claim.
Now ask them where they really were.
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 massive 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.
Not until you know why these people went to such incomprehensible
lengths to give themselves alibis for those dates in late May
will you ever unlock the truth about Watergate. The truth makes
Watergate as you know it look like a TeleTubbies episode.
While you're at it, you'd better find out what Alfred Baldwin was
really doing at Andrews Air Force Base on 20 May 1972, and you'd
better get the flight test logs for the then-new Air Force One
27000 during the end of May 1972 - while Nixon was traveling on
26000, lifting toasts in Moscow and Leningrad.
PERSONAL MESSAGE TO CAREER-TURD LIDDY: Somebody very wise once
said, "It's the cover-up that gets you." The name escapes me.
FOOTNOTE: On Sunday, 4 June 1972, exactly one week after the
alleged 28 May 1972 "first break-in" at the DNC (which never
happened), Ingo Swann flew to California and was picked up at the
San Francisco airport by NSA's Hal Puthoff.
THE REAL DEEP THROAT
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