Web airing for Nixon Watergate tape

Happiness is a smoking gun

A Canadian Web company is to publish tomorrow on the Internet secret Watergate tape recordings that helped end the political career of President Richard Nixon. Publishers IMARK Corp claims this is the first time the conversations that toppled a president have been made public. Part of the content includes the "Smoking Gun" conversation where Nixon and US businessman and presidential aide, H R Haldeman, discuss using the CIA to foil the FBI investigation into the Watergate affair. These tapes have been blocked from publication for 25 years. Earwiggers and nosy parkers interested in this corruptastic piece of modern history should go here. Unfortunately, when The Register tried to take a sneaky peak today the site was still under construction. You don't think Deep Throat got there first, do you? ®

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