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William Mark Felt Sr. (* 17. August 1913 in Twin Falls, Idaho; † 18. Dezember 2008 in Santa Rosa, Kalifornien) war ein Ermittler der US-amerikanischen Bundespolizei FBI

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William Mark Felt, Sr. (August 17, 1913 – December 18, 2008) was a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agent who served as the Bureau’s Associate Director

After years of Deep Throat’s identity remaining a Washington mystery, Mark Felt finally comes out as the Watergate informant in a Vanity Fair exclusive.

Breaking a silence of 30 years, former FBI deputy director W. Mark Felt stepped forward Tuesday as Deep Throat, the secret Washington Post source that helped bring

Hal Holbrook is an Emmy- and Tony-Award winning actor who is one of the great craftsman of stage and screen. He is best known for his performance as Mark Twain, for

W. Mark Felt’s family ends 30 years of speculation, identifying Felt, the former FBI assistant director, as “Deep Throat,” the secret source who helped unravel

Deep Throat or Deep-throat may refer to: Arts and entertainment. Deep Throat, a 1972 pornographic film; Deep Throat (The X-Files), a character in The X-Files

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President Trump’s legal team is prepared to show a long trail of leaks to the New York Times by former FBI Director Comey, dating back to at least March!

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In May 2005 Vanity Fair magazine revealed that Mark Felt, pictured above with his teen, was the source referred to ad “Deep Throat.” The former No. 2 official at

Deep Throat, the secret source whose insider guidance was vital to The Washington Post’s groundbreaking coverage of the Watergate scandal, was a pillar of the FBI

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