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Saturday, June 04, 2005

Vanity Fair: "I'm the guy they called "Deep Throat"

Surprise! Bob Woodward has to step aside for the piece in Vanity Fair:

"I'm the Guy They Called Deep Throat"

In a V.F. exclusive, W. Mark Felt, 91 years old and formerly second-in-command at the F.B.I., says that he is the confidential Watergate source who assisted Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein—and helped bring down President Richard Nixon

On a sunny California morning in August 1999, Joan Felt, a busy college Spanish professor and single mother, was completing chores before leaving for class. She stopped when she heard an unexpected knock at the front door. Upon answering it, she was met by a courteous, 50-ish man, who introduced himself as a journalist from The Washington Post. He asked if he could see her father, W. Mark Felt, who lived with her in her suburban Santa Rosa home. The man said his name was Bob Woodward.

John D. O'Connor is a San Francisco attorney. This is his first piece for Vanity Fair.

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