The ex-FBI agent working for James McCord who listened to 200 intercepted conversations transmitted from a bug on the phone of DNC official Spencer Oliver in the Watergate office building. For almost three weeks, Baldwin kept typewritten logs of the conversations, which were both political and sexual in nature. No tape recordings were made of these intercepted calls, so Baldwin was the only witness to what was said in conversations which go to the heart of what Watergate was about. Below, for the first time, watch his Senate Watergate Committee testimony and read the key interviews he gave to the FBI, DNC attorneys and the Los Angeles Times.
ALFRED BALDWIN FBI interview, 11 July 1972
TRANSCRIPT OF ALFRED BALDWIN INTERVIEWS WITH DNC ATTORNEYS
Transcript of Alfred Baldwin interview with Los Angeles Times, 3 October 1972