2020 Citadel Intelligence Conference

2020 Citadel Intelligence Conference

February 11-12, 2020

This panel will bring together publicly for the first time the FBI’s lead investigators of the Watergate Scandal. Through memories and anecdotes, these panelists will create a narrative of the Bureau’s work that weaves the initial burglary to the halls of the Nixon White House and ultimately the Oval Office.

February 11-12, 2020

This panel will bring together publicly for the first time the FBI’s lead investigators of the Watergate Scandal. Through memories and anecdotes, these panelists will create a narrative of the Bureau’s work that weaves the initial burglary to the halls of the Nixon White House and ultimately the Oval Office.

Read Dr. Melissa Graves article on the 2020 Conference

“Forty-seven years ago, five men broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Office Building in Washington, D.C.

The subsequent scandal and cover-up, known as Watergate, brought down President Richard M. Nixon and resulted in the indictment of 69 people, 48 of whom were found guilty of a crime.

Amid the current impeachment drama unfolding in Washington, The Citadel will bring together, for the first time, five of the FBI’s lead investigators in the Watergate scandal for a panel discussion in February.”

Watergate:
Nixon’s Rage

“This is a disgrace!”

Nixon’s reaction to the FBI shutting down and occupying the White House.

Watergate:
Nixon’s Rage

“This is a disgrace!”

Nixon’s reaction to the FBI shutting down and occupying the White House.

“This is not training school. This is the real deal. If you don’t do this one correctly like I tell you, you might get killed –so pay attention.”

How did the FBI shut down and occupy the White House?

Get your copy of In Pursuit: from the streets of San Francisco to Watergate today and get the inside story on the investigation that brought down the Nixon administration.