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Exclusive Interview: NSA whistleblower on what he'd do differently now

Exclusive Interview: NSA whistleblower on what he'd do differently now

WASHINGTON, May 7 (UPI) -- Unlike Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning, Thomas Drake escaped criminal conviction. Here's how he'd blow the whistle now -- and how much harder it is.
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Felt, Watergate 'Deep Throat,' dies at 95

Felt, Watergate 'Deep Throat,' dies at 95

SANTA ROSA, Calif., Dec. 19 (UPI) -- Mark Felt, an FBI official who became known as "Deep Throat" in the Watergate scandal, has died, his family said. Felt, who lived in Santa Rosa, Calif., was 95.

Co-author sues 'Deep Throat'

WASHINGTON, July 8 (UPI) -- A federal lawsuit filed in Washington claims W. Mark Felt, Watergate's "Deep Throat," tricked his co-author into signing away his rights to their book.

Felt book takes aim at Deep Throat name

WASHINGTON, April 22 (UPI) -- The man the U.S. press dubbed "Deep Throat" has published a book on his disgust with the name, reporter Bob Woodward and the truth behind his wife's death.

Woodward book talks of 'Deep Throat'

WASHINGTON, July 2 (UPI) -- Washington Post editor Bob Woodward chronicles his relationship with Mark Felt, the man long known only as "Deep Throat," in a book to be released next week.

Deep Throat almost unmasked 30 years ago

WASHINGTON, July 1 (UPI) -- The identity of Deep Throat, key source in the Washington Post's Watergate expose, was almost revealed nearly 30 years ago, a new book says.

FBI head Gray felt Deep Throat 'bretrayal'

NEW YORK, June 26 (UPI) -- L. Patrick Gray, the acting director of the FBI during the Watergate scandal, says he felt betrayed when he learned his former deputy was Deep Throat.

Book, movie deals made on Deep Throat

WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPI) -- The family of the so-called Deep Throat reportedly has both book and movie deals on the man revealed as the Washington Post's Watergate scandal news source.

Deep Throat family gets Hollywood agent

LOS ANGELES, June 8 (UPI) -- The family of the man identified as Watergate's "Deep Throat" has signed with one of Hollywood's top talent representatives, Creative Artists Agency.
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William Mark Felt, Sr. (August 17, 1913 – December 18, 2008) was an agent of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation who retired in 1973 as the Bureau's Associate Director. After denying his involvement with reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein for 30 years, Felt revealed himself on May 31, 2005, to be the Watergate scandal's whistleblower, "Deep Throat."

Felt worked in several FBI field offices prior to his promotion to the Bureau's headquarters in Washington, D.C. During the early investigation of the Watergate scandal (1972–1974), and shortly after the death of longtime FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover on May 2, 1972, Felt was the Bureau's Associate Director, the second-ranking post in the FBI. While Associate Director, Felt provided Washington Post reporter Woodward with critical leads on the story that eventually saw the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon in 1974. In 1980, Felt was convicted of the felony of violating the civil rights of people thought to be associated with members of the Weather Underground Organization, by ordering FBI agents to search their homes as part of an attempt to prevent bombings. He was ordered to pay a $7,000 fine, but was pardoned by President Ronald Reagan during his appeal. In 2006, he published an update of his 1979 autobiography, The FBI Pyramid. His last book, written with John O'Connor, is titled A G-Man's Life.

William Mark Felt was born on August 17, 1913, in Twin Falls, Idaho, the son of carpenter and building contractor Mark Earl Felt and his wife, the former Rose R. Dygert. After graduating from Twin Falls High School in 1931, he received a BA from the University of Idaho in 1935, and was a member and president of the Gamma Gamma chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.

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