The Water Gate scandel when JUSTICE changed all

The Watergate scandal ultimately changed the law and culture of the american people.

In June 17, 1972 Virgilio Gonzalez, Bernard Barker, Eugenio Martinez, and Frank Sturgis were arrested inside the DNC (office of Democratic national committee) for attempted burglary.

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Virgilio Gonzalez, Bernard Barker, Eugenio Martinez, and Frank Sturgis broke into the DNC and tried to wire tap and steal documents from the Democrats offices, so that Nixon could know what they were up to and say one step ahead of them during the next election

Bender Baker pleaded guilty and served 14 months in prison.

Virgillo R. gonzalez pleaded guilty and served 16 months in prison.

Frank sturgis pleaded guilty and served 16 months in prison.

Eugenio Martinez pleaded guilty to the break in and served 15 months in prison but then Nixon pardoned him.

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President Richard Nixon later resigned from the presidency, and spent the rest of his life trying top re build his reputation. He traveled the world and wrote books about his time in the office.

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