The Secret History of the United States


In early June 1974 White House Chief of Staff Alexander Haig had ordered the Army's Criminal Investigation Command (CIC) to make a study of the President's alleged ties to organized crime and also to the smuggling of gold bullions to Vietnam.
Secret Agenda - Jim Hougan p.377

Nixon named as un-indicted co-conspirator in Watergate trial

July 27,1974 - The House Judiciary Committee passes first article of impeachment, 27-11, charging the President with obstruction of justice in attempting to cover up Watergate.
July 29,1974 - Second article of impeachment passes.
July 30, 1974 - Third and final article of impeachment passes.
The Final Days - Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein p.514

The fragile coalition of House Judiciary Committee members met again in Railsback's office that morning to search for the right language for an article of impeachment charging the President in the Watergate cover-up. The charge - Article One - would have to show exactly what Nixon had done to warrant impeachment. If direct actions could not be shown, it would note simply tha the President had "condoned" or "acquiesced" in the activities of others..
As they were talking, the House Judiciary Committee approved a second article of impeachment that charged the President with abusing his power and with repeatedly violating the constitutional rights of citizens...
The Committee was completing its task. It passed the third article of impeachment, for the President's defiance of its subpoenas...Two additional articles, accusing Nixon of illegally concealing the bombing of Cambodia and of committing tax fraud, were rejected...
The Final Days - Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein p.305-338

August 9 - Nixon resigns
Only after the House Judiciary Committee had approved three articles of impeachment against him - including charges of obstructing justice and abusing his power - did Nixon agree to resign on August 9, 1974.
Inside The White House - Ronald Kessler p.40

Though extracts from the tapes played a crucial part in forcing Nixon's resignation in 1974, legal action by the former president prevented all but forty hours of the tapes from being released before his death twenty years later.
For the President's Eyes Only - Christopher Andrew p.381

Nixon Library Available Materials

[1974] "I was the pilot of the plane when we saw the UFO," reported Reagan's pilot Bill Paynter. "Also on board were Governor Reagan and a couple of his security people...We were near Bakersfield when Governor Reagan and the others called my attention to a big light flying a bit behind my plane."...According to Miller, Reagan ordered his pilot to follow the object. "We followed it for several minutes," said Reagan. "When I got off the plane I told Nancy all about it. And we read up on the long history of UFOs..."
Alien Contact - Timothy Good p.80


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