'Deep Throat' Mark Felt Dies at 95
The most famous anonymous source in American history died Dec. 18 at his home in Santa Rosa, Calif.
A curious crime, two young reporters, and a secret source known as "Deep Throat" ... Washington would be changed forever.
The courts, the Congress and a special prosecutor probe the burglars' connections to the White House and discover a secret taping system.
President Nixon refuses to release the tapes and fires the special prosecutor. A decisive Supreme Court ruling is a victory for investigators.
After 30 years, one of Washington's best-kept secrets is exposed.
"Whether ours shall continue to be a government of laws and not of men is now before Congress and ultimately the American people."
—Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox after his firing, Oct. 20, 1973
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