Sad Epilogue

Twelve months for $12

Of the 20 or so men who served prison terms for their Watergate crimes, uncooperative G. Gordon Liddy did by far the longest stretch (52 months). Only four others served as long as a year: E. Howard Hunt, former Attorney General John Mitchell and Presidential Aides H.R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman. Prison terms for Perjurer Dwight Chapin (eight months), Burglary Plotters Jeb Magruder (seven months) and Egil Krogh (four months), Cover-Up Conspirator Charles Colson (seven months), Illegal Fund-Raiser Herbert Kalmbach (six months), John Dean (less than five months) and Dirty Trickster Donald Segretti (four months) seemed light to...

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