INVESTIGATIONS: The Indictments Begin

John Ehrlichman, once the chief White House adviser on all domestic affairs, has steadfastly denied knowing in advance of the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist. A county grand jury in Los Angeles last week decided otherwise. It indicted Ehrlichman and three other former White House aides—Egil Krogh, David Young and G. Gordon Liddy—for the plebeian crime of burglary. Ehrlichman was also charged with perjury.

Not Traceable. In a total of eight days of hearings, the grand jury took testimony from 30 witnesses, including four who had participated in the...

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