THE PENTAGON: Sticky Fingers

The plot thickened as the Senate Armed Services Committee last week pressed its investigation of the documents pilfered from Henry Kissinger's national security office and passed on to the Pentagon. The week's most sensational witness was Yeoman First Class Charles E. Radford, who swore that he had been ordered to spy on the White House. By his account, he had made a fine job of it.

A skilled secretary-stenographer, Radford, 30, was assigned in September 1970 to the Joint Chiefs' liaison office with the National Security Council, which was—and is—presided over by Henry...

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!