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Unhappy "Deep Throat" dies at 95

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W. Mark Felt, who was the No. 2 official at the F.B.I. when he helped bring down President Richard M. Nixon by resisting the Watergate cover-up and becoming Deep Throat, the most famous anonymous source in American history, died Thursday. He was 95 and lived in Santa Rosa, Calif.

His death will be cried and he will be missed by all those freedom and democracy -loving Americans who understand the importance of his work.
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Default Re: "Deep Throat" dies at 95

You need to go outside and get some fresh air...
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Default Linda died some time ago

The other douchebag only sullies her memory.
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