This book is the untold Watergate story involving Air Force Major Jerry Rogers, a career officer, considered to be a Soviet spy by President Nixon and operations by the White House Plumbers to neutralize and destroy him. This book thoroughly documents the available records and is autobiographical in reporting his experiences during Watergate and afterward. At the time President Nixon considered this as “the Grave National Security Matter” and never to be disclosed, fearing that such would destroy the command and control structure of the entire US military. This matter was known at the time by members of the Senate Watergate Committee with Vice Committee Chair Senator Howard Baker calling it Watergate’s “missing link.” The Watergate Special Prosecutor and various judicial and court officials were knowledgeable. Rogers, the author, reports out to the American
People what he feels that have an absolute need to know about this untold Watergate chapter.
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About the Author
Administration, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 27 years.
In addition to extensive and comprehensive research, this book is autobiographical in nature based on Major Rogers own Watergate experiences long considered a "grave national security matter," never previously publicly disclosed.
Dr. Rogers is editor and publisher of the 5-book series: Global Risk Assessments: Issues, Concepts and Applications.