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‘Watergate Secrets and Betrayals’ film aims to prove Nixon’s demise was ‘orchestrated’ by political enemies

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FIRST ON FOX – The man behind the new documentary, "Watergate Secrets and Betrayals: Orchestrating Nixon’s Demise," believes Americans are generally "misinformed" about the infamous Watergate scandal and President Nixon's resignation.

"Watergate Secrets and Betrayals," written and directed by George Bugatti, is based on the works of Geoff Shepard, who worked as deputy counsel on Nixon’s Watergate defense team. Shepard said he uncovered proof that high-powered government officials coordinated to run Nixon out of office, and his findings are laid out in the film.

"If the public knew then what I know now, what is unassailable, factual material, Nixon wouldn't have had to resign, and his people wouldn't have been convicted," Shepard told Fox News Digital.


"It brings together, for the first time on film, all of the disparate elements of the Watergate scandal, focusing primarily on the wrongdoing that was done by judicial and prosecutorial interests," he continued. "In essence, they cheated in order to void Nixon's re-election. But they left a paper trail, and I'm the one that's uncovered the paper trail."

The paper trail, which is explored in the documentary, consists of the records of the Watergate special prosecutor. Shepard said he has spent 27,000 hours combing through the documents since 2003, when

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