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The committee for the re-election of the president (English. The Committee ton RH-elect the President) placed itself to the goal of ensuring the re-election from Richard Nixon to. It became of the Minister of Justice John N. Mitchell led. Maurice Stans (former Minister of Trade) was a chairman of the dazughehörigen finance committee. The abbreviation officially used by the committee was CRP, during the Watergate exposures and in the later literature became however mostly the devaluing acronym CREEP (with allusion in English. “tons creep” = creep, suffused, or “creep” = repulsive humans) use.

Further members of the committee CREEP were and. A. Gordon Liddy and E. Howard Hunt, which planned the details of the Watergate break-down. The secret rear of over 500.000$ of the CREEP were for the five Watergate burglars and/or. for its silence 1972 planned been.

Kenneth Dahlberg was director/conductor of the CREEP address in Minnesota. It received later a 25.000$-Spende of the leading director of a soy bean company Dwyne Andreas. From the donation became a money check, which emerged later with one the Watergate burglar Barker.

One of the arrested Watergate burglars was the security head of CREEP - James McCord. But only 1973 dawned it the public, which put CREEP - and thus the white house - behind the Watergate break-downs. CREEP stands for a whole system of break-downs, tapping voice grade channels, intimidations, slandering and further illegal activities, in order to affect the appropriate elections accordingly in its sense.

(Illusory) the chairman was a publisher Francis L. Dale. It however in fact never went into action. In reality CREEP was steered by the white house, because beside the Minister of Justice John N. Mitchell were occupied the most important posts by coworkers of the white house: Hugh Sloan, Herry Flemming and particularly Jeb liking rudder. Liking rudder had all decisions and activities of CREEP with the Minister of Finance John N. Mitchell to be agreed upon.

Nixons personal attorney and election campaign cash donation supervisor Kalmbach exerted likewise substantial strategic influence on CREEP. Kalmbach made available a part of the election campaign funds, in order to cause to the political opponent George Wallace damage. Also Charles Colson, special advisor of the president, exerted pressure on CREEP.

When the determinations were directed slowly toward CREEP, one did everything around the president to hold out there. But the four functionaries Charles Colson, harsh ore Kalmbach, H. Robert Haldeman and John N. Mitchell had all personal entrance to Nixon.


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