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Important to recall how far back Roger Stone goes…
FBI Interview with Roger Stone, where he outlines some of the dirty tricks undertaken during the 1972 elections. Committee to Re-Elect the President (Nixon), called CREP in the document, has been dubbed CREEP.
His pay was a lot of money at that time, especially for a student. One cannot help but wonder if he did far more than admitted to.
Public Domain letters via Emma Best and Property of the People. Emphasis our own: https://propertyofthepeople.org/documentcloud-data/?q=%23bagman
RELATED: Was Roger Stone behind this dirty trick? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canuck_letter
Republican Candidate against Nixon for the primaries, who ran on an anti-war platform: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pete_McCloskey
$550 in June 1972 is $3,313.62 in Dec. 2018 according to the government: https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl However, basics such as rent seem to have increased more than accounted for by the gov.
Roger Stone apparently participated in, and…
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