Clearing Up the 'Deep Throat' Mystery After 30 years of speculation, the identity of the confidential informant "Deep Throat" was revealed: former FBI official Mark Felt was the man who helped bring down Richard Nixon. Felt, whose story became the source of a new flurry of media attention in 2005, has died.
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Clearing Up the 'Deep Throat' Mystery

The revelation that ex FBI man Mark Felt was "Deep Throat" sets off a fresh media frenzy.

Woodward Recounts Relationship with Watergate Source

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Post Editor Bradlee Discusses 'Deep Throat' Revelation

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Juan Williams on Politics: Deep Throat's Identity

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'Deep Throat' Revealed as Ex-FBI Official Felt

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