Charles Colson

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Chuck Colson
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Born October 16, 1931
Boston, Massachusetts
Died April 21, 2012 (aged 80)
Occupation lawyer, author, activist, Marine, blogger

Charles (Chuck) Wendell Colson (born October 16, 1931, in Boston, Massachusetts; died April 21, 2012) was the chief counsel for President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973. Colson was also a public speaker and author.

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In 1969 Colson was appointed Special counsel to the White House.[1] President Richard Nixon quickly noticed him.[1] In 1970 Nixon put Colson in charge of "dirty tricks" (performed against Nixon's opponents).[1] He was a part of the Watergate scandal. He was the first of the Nixon White House assistants to be convicted of a crime.[2]

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