W. Mark Felt Interview
In 1976 Mark Felt was interviewed on the CBS news program “Face the Nation” about his involvement in illegal Federal Bureau of… read more
In 1976 Mark Felt was interviewed on the CBS news program “Face the Nation” about his involvement in illegal Federal Bureau of Investigation break-ins of anti-war protesters during an investigation of the radical group the Weather Underground. He was convicted for his role in the affair and later pardoned by President Reagan.
This interview was shown days after revelations that he was the source known only as “Deep Throat” for Washington Post stories on the Watergate break-in and corruption within the Nixon administration. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- W. Mark Felt Deputy Director (Former) Federal Bureau of Investigation
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