Chuck Colson

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(lawyer)
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Born Charles Wendell Colson
1931-10-16
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Died 2012-04-21 (Age 80)
Falls Church, Virginia, U.S.
Alma mater Brown University, George Washington University
Religion Southern Baptist
Children • Wendell Christian
• Emily
Spouse Nancy Billings
Party Republican

Employment.png Director of the Office of Public Liaison

In office
July 9, 1970 - March 10, 1973

Employment.png White House Counsel Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
November 6, 1969 - July 9, 1970
Preceded by John Ehrlichman
Succeeded by John Dean


Watergate coup

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In 1974, he was E. Howard Hunt's boss at the White House, and on March 1, 1974, Colson was indicted for conspiring to cover up the Watergate burglaries. He told Time Magazine: "I think they killed Dorothy Hunt."[1]


References

  1. 7/8/1974