Date: 15 Jan 2004 01:16:19 -0000
From: Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header (THE REAL DEEP THROAT)
Subject: Liddy lied about photos of O'Brien's office
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G. Gordon Liddy claims that on Monday, 29 May (Memorial Day)
1972, he delivered to Jeb Magruder Polaroid photographs of the
interior of the Watergate office of Democratic National Committee
Chairman Lawrence O'Brien. Liddy claims that the purported
Polaroids had been taken by Bernard Barker on the night before,
28 May 1972, during an alleged "successful entry" into the DNC
offices at the Watergate. Liddy is a liar. There were no such
Polaroid photographs. There was no such "entry" on 28 May 1972.
First, here is career-liar Liddy in his book, "WILL," lying about
the Polaroid photos of Lawrence O'Brien's office, which he claims
was "proof" of a "successful entry" the night before:
"On Monday morning, 29 May, I reported to Magruder the
successful entry into Democratic National Committee
headquarters in the Watergate. For proof, I showed him
Polaroid photographs of the interior of Larry O'Brien's
office, taken by Bernard Barker. Magruder was pleased."
G. Gordon Liddy
Liddy is a liar.
There were no Polaroid photographs of the interior of Lawrence
O'Brien's office taken by Bernard Barker on 28 May 1972 - not
according to Bernard Barker himself in testimony before the
Senate Watergate Committee.
Of course the main reason is that there never was any "first
entry" into DNC headquarters on 28 May 1972 at all. But the
Senate Watergate Committee believed there had been, and Barker
had testified that during the alleged "first entry" they had
found no useful documents. Therefore Senator Daniel Inouye asked
the reasonable question of why the burglars had broken into the
Watergate "again" on the night of 16-17 June 1972, the night that
they were arrested:
SENATOR INOUYE: "...[W]hy did you go there again if you
realized that the documents you were looking for were not
BERNARD BARKER: "Uh, it was then evident that we were not in
the office of the Chairman. In our second entry we finally
came to the office of the Chairman."
Testimony of Bernard Barker
Senate Watergate Hearings 1973
Bernard Barker admits they were "NOT IN THE OFFICE" of DNC
Chairman Lawrence O'Brien on 28 May 1972, the date of the alleged
Bernard Barker says it was not until the night of 16-17 June
1972, during the purported "second entry" (really the one and
only entry) that they "FINALLY CAME TO THE OFFICE" of Lawrence
Then how could G. Gordon Liddy, on 29 May 1972, have delivered to
Magruder Polaroid photos of the interior of O'Brien's office,
supposedly taken by Bernard Barker on the night of 28 May 1972?
Easy: Liddy is a liar.
The "Polaroid" story is just one more of Liddy's lies to help
embellish the CIA-created cover story they all told, the alibi
for where Liddy really was - along with others - and what he
really had been doing on those few fateful days at the end of May
1972. Liddy is a career liar. He is much, much more than a mere
liar, though, or even a third-rate burglar. "Third-rate?" No, at
least give the Devil his due: how about "First Degree" instead?
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, Barker, 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. And it is the REAL cover-up.
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.
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.
PERSONAL MESSAGE TO GEORGEY-PORGEY LIDDY: It's _all_ going to
come oozing out. Slowly. Every bit of it. Are you going to just
sit and watch it like a slow bleed? Or are you going to be a man
for once in your life and tell what you _really_ did and the
reasons why you did it? Why do you still hide it behind the lies,
hypocrite, if you were being such a good "soldier"?
Well, don't worry: your "soldierly" act will be burned into the
permanent record for you - with or without your own rationale for
what you did. Was it only _malum prohibitum_ Gordy? Or wasn't it
in fact _malum in se_? Isn't that why you've agreed to keep it
hidden in your black heart all these years? Or will you say you
were "only following orders" like a "good soldier" for the good
of "national security"?
Are you going to just sit and watch it all ooze out like a slow
bleed while still attempting to protect your "principles" and
your "principals"? Both have been compromised.
Don't worry, though: no matter what you do now, the entire sordid
story _will_ be told for posterity - with or without you. Those
soldier-boys of yours are going to have your TRUE legacy to live
with their entire long lives - however it gets told - and will be
able to look back at their photos taken with you in their
soldier-boy costumes (real photos, not the phony Polaroids you
lied about), being the apple of their daddy's eye. And won't what
you did bring honor to those costumes and those boys!
Will it, Gordy? Polish that brass.
THE REAL DEEP THROAT
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