Nixon never needed help from the Watergate break-in to win the 1972 race, in which he only lost one state.
The McDaniel campaign has strongly denied any link to the break-in or to Kelly.
The Burglary details the events and people surrounding the 1971 break-in of an FBI office in Media, Pa.
She was alone at the time of her death, according to police sources who said there was no sign of a break-in at the flat.
Nixon pal John Mitchell was fingered for giving his own deputy the green light on the break-in.
But within hours it was hacked and the break-in code was released.
Rathergate Prior to the Watergate break-in, Rather may have been the victim of an attempted burglary.
A young ox is generally more difficult to break-in than an old one: I do not know why.
They also breed and break-in camels, which they sell in the Tiflis market.
It only needed the break-in of the Patrol to complete the illusion of action-fiction—crime variety.