o have described President Richard Nixon in this June 1969 essay as, spitting on the Bill of Rights, LRH truly represented a fearless voice. As history shows, he was also absolutely correct. For in addition to previously cited excesses over and above the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, Nixon was eventually named as party to at least the following: the illegal wiretapping of political opponents, the burglary of private offices, the misappropriation of campaign funds, the misuse of government agencies for personal ends and what amounted to the blackmail of enemies. Although succeeding president (and former Nixon vice president) Gerald Ford was to finally pardon the man for crimes committed in office, many among the Nixon staff eventually served time in a federal penitentiary.

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