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It's till early days. Remember, it took John Dean a year to state publicly that he had talks with Nixon about the break-in before the break-in took place.

http://watergate.info/chronology/brief-timeline-of-events

June 17, 1972: Five men, one of whom says he used to work for the CIA, are arrested at 2:30 a.m. trying to bug the offices of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate hotel and office complex. [...]

June 3, 1973: John Dean has told Watergate investigators that he discussed the Watergate cover-up with President Nixon at least 35 times, The Post reports.


When this is all over, we'll have an "IRS Scandalicious Timeline" that political science majors can consult as they write their theses.
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