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ge Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 14, 1974
Tapes show President urged perjury
Continued from Page 12) Election Committee) was able "If I thought you were trying Well, that's interesting . .." sured Nixon:
.H to get around and coach w i t- to protect somebody," he said "We have no mandate to in-
the criminal division. His nesses." at one point, "I would h a v e DURING THE final Nixon- vestigate the President."
nsultation wi'hnthe White Nixon: "Did Mardian c o a c h walked out." Petersen conversation in the "If there's one thing you have
use continued. And on Apri- them?" Nixon, in turn, assured Peter- transcripts, recorded April 21 in got to do," Nixon declared mo-
na s rrch e Presi- Ehrlichman: In some cases sen. "Of course, as you know, the Oval Office, Petersen, by ments later, "you have Jt o
as' formerchief dem ticMardian, I guess, was very anything you tell me, as I think now the assistant attorney gen- maintain the President out ao
m t an.cknrryi ut dr Nio heavy-handed about it, and -" I told you earlier will not be eral in charge of Watergate, as- this."

that - the U.S. attrney (ap-
parently U.S. Atty. Harold Tit-
us) feels that Dean overreach-
ed them by providing informa-
tion out of the grand jury to tne
Committee for the Re-Lection.
I think that may ha legitimate
criticism if in fact or aid . . ."
Whether Dean did is not clear
from the transcripts.
But it is clear from the same
conversation that nf-srmation
about the grand jury w used
in at least one atsampt to su
born perjury
Ehrlichman: "He (Dean) had
information on who was going
to be called as witnesses so that
apparently (Robert) Mardian
(former assistant attorney gen-
eral and coordinator at the Re-

Nixon: "Well, is there any-
thing wrong with that?"
Ehrlichman: "Yeah, well
there's something wrong with-"
Nixon: "He was not their at-
torney, is that the problem?"
Ehrlichman: "Well, no, t h e
problem - the problem is he
asked them to say things t h at
weren't true."
Nixon: "Oh."
Ehrlichman: "When I say
coach, I use the word loosely."
IN MID-APRIL, Petersen be-
gan providing the President with
regular and detailed reports on
the progress of the Watergate
prosecutors and the Watergate
grand jury. Repeatedly in their
conversations, Petersen declar-
ed his faith in the President.

passed on."
YET, THE transcripts show
that Nixon advised Ehrlichman
on April 16:
"Petersen has told me that
you, Ehrlichman, are going to
be called to the grand jury
soon."
Moreover, from his conversa-
tions with Petersen, Nixon was
able to point out problem areas
to Ehrlichman and H. R. Halde-
man, his former chief of staff
also now under indictment, long
before they were called to ap-
pear before the Watergate pro-
3ecutors.
Nixon: 'That's your only vul-
serability, John."
Ehrlichman: "'Deep six' and
the FBI business and Liddy.

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