Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 W. Mark Felt

W. Mark Felt
W. Mark Felt
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Thu. March 23, 2017

-
They should be more concerned in the short term about a new "Deep Throat," like the long-anonymous source who aided The Washington Post's Bob Woodward's coverage of Watergate. The source turned out to be Mark Felt, the No. 3 official at the FBI, ...
While writing of her extraordinary life as daughter, mother, wife, and owner of the venerable The Washington Post , Graham narrates her most dramatic moments, especially overseeing coverage of the Watergate scandal and the Pentagon Papers. The great ...
Tony Goldwyn - AFP picLOS ANGELES, March 18 - Forty-five years ago on Monday, Richard Nixon's re-election campaign approved plans to bug Democratic party offices at the Watergate complex, setting in motion the most notorious political scandal in US ...
During their investigation, the reporters were, according to an account provided years later by Woodward, given critical information by Mark Felt, the FBI's deputy director, whom they referred to as "Deep Throat."*. Now, once again, a president ...
He and fellow Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward famously broke the Watergate burglary story, which ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974.
He and fellow Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward famously broke the Watergate burglary story, which ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974.
Then there's Deep Throat, a pseudonym for the government informant who leaked information about the Watergate Scandal and helped bring down the Nixon administration.
It is best known as the spot where Woodward secretly met with then-FBI Associate Director Mark Felt, aka Deep Throat, during the Post's Watergate investigation. Woodward used to meet his source at space 32D of the parking garage to exchange notes.
A television news correspondent, right, reports live from Trump Tower in New York in December 2016. Long before he tweeted about wiretaps, President Donald Trump was worried about who was listening in on his calls.
Ulsterman Liam Neeson has signed up to star in a fascinating film about Mark Felt. He was the legendary whistleblower known for years only as "Deep Throat".
The reporter was Bob Woodward, who, with Carl Bernstein, led the coverage of the Watergate scandal and the fall of Richard Nixon.
Others demurred and were attacked as disloyal and excluded from policy making. Throughout, Nixon was convinced that the agencies were conspiring against him.
Or Mark Felt, who was almost 60 when he helped formed the basis for the Watergate stories under the pseudonym "Deep Throat.
The department cites disobedient figures of the past such as galileo, Martin Luther King Jr and Mark Felt, who supplied information to the journalists who unearthed the Watergate scandal. Weirdly, the cash is coming from billionaire entrepreneur Reid ...
In mid-1972, five men were arrested for breaking into and trying to bug Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate hotel complex in Washington, D.C. Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward of the Washington Post were subsequently able to ...
"There have been similar breaches in the past (Watergate, Clinton with Louis Freeh), but it's hard to imagine ever one that has been because the president made something up out of thin air," Miller told Business Insider, referring to suggestions that ...
Only the foolish or fearless challenge the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a hard lesson learned by a diverse roster that ranges from Al Capone to Hillary Clinton.
But what is so strange about the Trump/Russian controversy is how eerily similar it is to Nixon and Watergate. I have been writing about it since early in the campaign.
Liam Neeson has no shortage of projects already on the way, including Peter Landesman's FELT, in which he plays Mark Felt, the man better known as Deep Throat during the Watergate scandal, and Jaume Collet-Serra's THE COMMUTER, where he plays ...
One of the first major events where sources were not revealed was Watergate. It was more than 30 years after the fact that Mark Felt was unmasked. It was, I believe, about the time of 9/11 when revealing news sources took a sharp pivot. The lack of ...
(Washington D.C.) - In a statement reminiscent of Richard Nixon at the height of the Watergate scandal, President Donald Trump slammed media reporting on his administration's ties to Russia adding that media outlets "shouldn't be allowed to use sources ...
In the Watergate scandal, a source known as "Deep Throat," (later revealed to be FBI Associate Director Mark Felt) leaked information to two Washington Post journalists, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, about illegal activities allegedly conducted ...
The possibility of a Donald Trump impeachment has become an everyday topic of conversation in news outlets, at the water cooler, and certainly across all social media platforms.
The most famous of those was a source known as Deep Throat, who after his death was revealed to be Mark Felt, Associate Director at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI.
Officials in President Trump's administration Friday downplayed an intelligence report by the Homeland Security Department that contradicts the White House's main arguement for implementing a travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries.
FBI Deputy Director Mark Felt's Watergate disclosures helped expose criminality in the Nixon White House. Daniel Ellsberg's revelation of the top-secret Pentagon Papers helped end the Vietnam War.
Vorige week was zonder twijfel een van de rumoerigste weken van het prille presidentschap van Donald Trump. Hij ontsloeg zijn Nationale Veiligheidsadviseur vanwege een telefoongesprek met de Russische ambassadeur. Vervolgens onthulde de New ...
Pretty much everyone would agree that there is an exception for whistle-blowers who reveal evidence of illicit activity that needs to be exposed and stopped.
FBI deputy director Mark Felt's Watergate disclosures helped expose criminality in the Nixon White House. Daniel Ellsberg's revelation of the top-secret Pentagon Papers helped end the Vietnam War.
FILE - In this May 14, 2013, file photo, the Department of Justice headquarters building in Washington is photographed early in the morning.
For those of us who remember Watergate, "Deep Throat" was the code name Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward gave to FBI employee Mark Felt who unraveled Watergate and the Nixon White House. Once caught, Nixon had similar words about the Press.
The illegal actions of the Richard Nixon administration likely would have remained undisclosed if not for leaks about the Watergate scandal by government officials - most notably former top FBI official Mark Felt, who, under the name Deep Throat ...
In the Watergate scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon, many of the most important leaks came from "Deep Throat," a source who turned out to be Mark Felt, an associate director of the FBI. His motive, it appears, was to stop Nixon from ...
On a federal level, in the famous Watergate scandal, Associate Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Mark Felt (AKA "Deep Throat") blew the whistle on the illegal activities of the Nixon administration, which led to the resignation of ...
The FBI, including high offiCIAl Mark Felt (a.k.a. "Deep Throat"), and the CIA played key roles in the Watergate intrigue that finally brought down Richard Nixon. William Casey, President Ronald Reagan's spymaster, helped engineer the October Surprise ...
In Watergate, FBI Associate Director Mark Felt turned out to be Bob Woodward's secret source who supplied details and confirmed facts about the Nixon White House.
You know, if you think of the classic, most-famous source in Washington, that would of course be the one nicknamed Deep Throat - turned out to be Mark Felt, one of the very top officials at the FBI. As someone who has presented for decades as, you know ...
Noted Hollywood actor - Liam Neeson, rose to prominence with his titular role in the film 'Schindler's List' in 1993. Directed by ace director Steven Spielberg, the film had 12 Academy Award nominations and won seven of them including Best Picture and ...
In the Watergate scandal that brought down President Nixon, many of the most important leaks came from "Deep Throat," a source who turned out to be Mark Felt, an associate director of the FBI. His motive, it appears, was to stop Nixon from turning the ...
You know, if you think of the classic, most-famous source in Washington, that would of course be the one nicknamed Deep Throat - turned out to be Mark Felt, one of the very top officials at the FBI. As someone who has presented for decades as, you know ...
there are a lot of false balloons thrown for distraction. i've seen it before - mostly during watergate and how it started very small and the republicans denied that the plumbers were ordered by Nixon.
So was Deep Throat, who helped the Washington Post expose the Watergate scandal. And so are those who exposed Flynn's contact ... Deep Throat, the FBI man Mark Felt, helped expose Nixon's high crimes. The leaks over Flynn fit into that proud tradition.
Daniel Ellsberg, center, who leaked the Pentagon Papers, at the Watergate hearings. Credit Mike Lien/The New York Times. If there were an award for news media buzzword of the week, this one could go to "leak.
"The investigation is the biggest political scandal since Watergate," he said at a late October rally in Iowa, "and it's everybody's hope that justice at last can be delivered.
In the Watergate scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon, many of the most important leaks came from "Deep Throat," a source who turned out to be Mark Felt, an associate director of the FBI. His motive, it appears, was to stop Nixon from ...
... into how operatives under the control of Nixon's re-election campaign had burglarized the Democratic National Committee's office at the Watergate building in Washington. In 2005, the Post's main source - "Deep Throat" - was revealed to be Mark ...
Deep Throat, the secret source whose insider guidance was vital to The Washington Post's groundbreaking coverage of the Watergate scandal, was a pillar of the FBI named W. Mark Felt, The Post confirmed yesterday. As the bureau's second- and ...
I recently explained why former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn had not violated the "Logan Act." Those baseless allegations now pale in comparison to the obvious criminal activity by "sources" and "persons with knowledge" who purposely handed ...
In the Watergate scandal that brought down President Nixon, many of the most important leaks came from "Deep Throat," a source who turned out to be Mark Felt, an associate director of the FBI. His motive, it appears, was to stop Nixon from turning the ...
As a little boy, he blurted out to a friend at summer camp that Watergate source "Deep Throat" was former FBI official Mark Felt. That friend of Jacob's, Chase Culeman-Beckman, then repeated the story in a high school paper. In that case, Jacob's ...


spacer

 


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

    usa
     government
      officials
        w mark felt

US officials:
        a b krongard
        abram shulsky
        alan greenspan
        alan keyes
        alberto r. gonzales
        alexander haig
        allen dulles
        allison barber
        alphonso jackson
        ambassadors
        april glaspie
        arthur levitt
        asa hutchinson
        assistant secretaries
        ben bernanke
        bill bruner
        bill luti
        bing west
        brian dean curran
        bruce gebhardt
        bruce hardcastle
        c. stephen allred
        carlos m. gutierrez
        carol haave
        carol m. browner
        caspar weinberger
        charles f. conner
        chris cox
        christina rocca
        christopher ryan henry
        clair george
        clark clifford
        cofer black
        colin powell
        condoleezza rice
        dan fried
        daniel senor
        david camp
        david safavian
        david sanborn
        david schenker
        debra cagan
        department secretaries
        dina habib powell
        donald l. evans
        donald rumsfeld
        douglas barclay
        douglas j feith
        earl e. devaney
        edwin meese
        elaine l. chao
        elizabeth l. cheney
        elliot abrams
        fbi directors
        francis harvey
        frank c carlucci
        gale norton
        gary gensler
        george ball
        george f. kennan
        george p shultz
        george tenet
        greg theilmann
        harvey l. pitt
        henry kissinger
        henry paulson
        howard h. baker, jr
        jack kemp
        james a baker
        james b. comey
        james c. oberwetter
        james forrestal
        james p. rubin
        james roche
        james webb
        jeane j. kirkpatrick
        joe mcmillan
        john ashcroft
        john e. mclaughlin
        john foster dulles
        john mccone
        john negroponte
        john p. stenbit
        john p. walters
        john p o'neill
        john poindexter
        john r. bolton
        john stern wolf
        john william snow
        joseph a. christoff
        joseph s. nye, jr
        joshua bolten
        kathleen cooper
        ken adelman
        ken salazar
        l paul bremer
        laurence silberman
        lawrence summers
        lawrence wilkerson
        lincoln bloomfield
        louis freeh
        madeleine albright
        mark a. weinberger
        martin indyk
        max c. hugel
        melvin laird
        michael brown
        michael chertoff
        michael j. copps
        michael o. johanns
        nicholas johnson
        norman mineta
        oliver (buck) revell
        otto reich
        pat wald
        patricia harrison
        patrick h. wood iii
        paul craig roberts
        paul j redmond
        paul o'neill
        paul volcker
        paul wolfowitz
        pete aldridge
        peter orszag
        philip heymann
        philip zelikow
        r. alexander acosta
        r. james woolsey, jr
        r. nicholas burns
        ramsey clark
        randal quarles
        ray lahood
        richard allen
        richard armitage
        richard clarke
        richard kerr
        richard m. helms
        richard myers
        richard perle
        robert blackwill
        robert c. mcfarlane
        robert joseph
        robert m. gates
        robert m. kimmitt
        robert mcnamara
        robert mueller
        robert reich
        robert stephan
        robert w jordan
        robert zoellick
        rod paige
        roger morris
        roger noriega
        samuel bodman
        scott bloch
        spokespeople
        stanley sporkin
        stansfield turner
        stephen cambone
        steve hadley
        steven bryen
        steven g. bradbury
        steven griles
        steven mann
        stewart simonson
        stuart e eizenstat
        teresa mchenry
        thomas a. twetton
        thomas e. white
        thomas enders
        thomas fingar
        tom donilon
        tom ridge
        tommy thompson
        trent lott
        us attorneys
        vernon d. penner
        w mark felt
        warren christopher
        webster hubbell
        wendy sherman
        william barr
        william burns
        william clark
        william j. bennett
        william j. casey
        william kennard
        william s. cohen
        william webster
        zbigniew brzezinski