The Administration: The Jenkins Report

From the FBI last week came a report of its findings in the Walter Jenkins case. The bureau said it had interviewed more than 500 persons in its crash investigation, undertaken on orders from President Johnson, and had examined the life of the former White House aide from his Texas boyhood right up to the moment he was last arrested in a Washington Y.M.C.A. washroom. But beyond a flat statement that Jenkins had not been "framed" or "entrapped" (as some of Jenkins' most powerful friends continue to insist), the FBI report said...

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