Mondale on the need for an independent prosecutor in the Watergate case

May 14, 1973
Topics: Politics
Walter Mondale

Mondale talks about the prosecution of political crimes, corrupt practices, violations and conspiracies. He says it's becoming obvious these crimes which affect democracy and freedom are rarely prosecutes and investigated as they affect political allies. In the Watergate case we need an independent prosecutor who could grant immunity. Time is of the essence, early decisions regarding the prosecution are being made now.

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Walter Mondale

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Walter Mondale was the 42nd vice president of the United States. Born and raised in Minnesota, Mondale’s political success has made him one of the most notable Minnesotans.