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July 14, 1987 | United Press International
Lt. Col. Oliver L. North faces certain conviction for his role in the Iran- contra scandal, a debacle that makes Watergate look like a "Little League" affair, key Watergate witness John W. Dean III writes in Newsweek magazine. In an essay for the July 20 issue, Dean said he would be surprised if North and others escape the justice system, because Washington juries are predisposed against "big shots who have been in government." Dean, who was President Richard M.
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May 21, 1991 | From Associated Press
Former White House counsel John W. Dean III, President Richard M. Nixon's main accuser in the Watergate scandal, actually initiated the break-in himself and masterminded the cover-up without consulting his superiors, a book released Monday charges. The authors of "Silent Coup: The Removal of a President" charge that Dean was motivated by a desire to collect dirt on the Democrats to boost his influence in the White House.
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May 21, 1991 | From Associated Press
Former White House counsel John W. Dean III, President Richard M. Nixon's main accuser in the Watergate scandal, actually initiated the break-in himself and masterminded the cover-up without consulting his superiors, a book released Monday charges. The authors of "Silent Coup: The Removal of a President" charge that Dean was motivated by a desire to collect dirt on the Democrats to boost his influence in the White House.
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July 14, 1987 | United Press International
Lt. Col. Oliver L. North faces certain conviction for his role in the Iran- contra scandal, a debacle that makes Watergate look like a "Little League" affair, key Watergate witness John W. Dean III writes in Newsweek magazine. In an essay for the July 20 issue, Dean said he would be surprised if North and others escape the justice system, because Washington juries are predisposed against "big shots who have been in government." Dean, who was President Richard M.
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