Interview: Remembering Deep Throat
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Interview: Remembering Deep Throat

Washingtonpost.com's Rocci Fisch spoke with John D. O'Connor, family friend and author of "The FBI: Being Deep Throat and the Struggle for Honor in Washington" and the 2005 Vanity Fair magazine article, "I'm the One They Call Deep Throat," about the death of the most famous anonymous source in U.S. history.Audio by Rocci Fisch/washingtonpost.com

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