Who was deep throat in waergate

Mark Felt, better known as Deep Throat — the mysterious FBI source behind the exposure of the Watergate scandal that brought down Richard Nixon — has died at the age of Felt died yesterday of congestive heart failure in Santa Rosa, California, after several months of failing health. He secretly guided the Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward, who with colleague Carl Bernstein pursued the story of the break-in at the Democratic national committee's headquarters at the Watergate office building. Felt was instrumental in their revelations of the Nixon presidential administration's campaign of spying and sabotage against its political adversaries.

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Mark Felt Movie: Fact and Fiction in New Watergate Film | Time

A new cinematic depiction of Mark Felt, the former associate director of the FBI better known as the informant Deep Throat , is ringing true with at least one person closely familiar with the story. But the film shows Felt meeting more often with TIME reporter Sandy Smith, who also covered the Watergate investigation — and whose reporting also contributed to the story. Mark Felt writer and director Peter Landesman said he made the decision not to focus on the better known reporting work of Woodward and Bernstein so that he could step back from the prevailing Watergate narrative. Fact: Mark Felt was asked during a grand jury interrogation whether he was Deep Throat. As Woodward tells it, the story was relayed to him by Justice Department official Stanley Pottinger during a lunch meeting in After Pottinger and the other Justice lawyers were finished with their interrogation, Pottinger, as was the custom, asked if any grand jurors, who are ordinary citizens, had questions for the witness.

Watergate's Deep Throat, Mark Felt, dies

After 36 years as a full-time reporter at the Chicago Tribune , I retired in to teach journalism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This movie is based on the book by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who won a Pulitzer Prize for the Post in for their stories about the political scandal known as Watergate. The film, starring Robert Redford as Woodward and Dustin Hoffman as Bernstein, accurately portrays how investigative reporters comport themselves, ask questions, conduct interviews, even the unobtrusive way they hold a notebook. What most intrigued the students, however, were the secret meetings between the Woodward character and a high-level government official, played by Hal Holbrook, that the book referred to only as Deep Throat.
Although his name was circulated in the years after Nixon resigned, Felt consistently denied being Deep Throat. He also alerted Woodward to the far-reaching nature of the scandal, indicating that it could be traced back to government higher-ups, including Nixon himself. Nixon resigned — the first president to ever do so — while impeachment proceedings were underway. Top aides H. Additionally, five burglars, who were caught breaking in to the Democratic national headquarters at the Watergate Hotel, were jailed.
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