I hesitate to reblog a recent post, but in light of tonight’s events with the firing of the acting Attorney General, this seems appropriate.
I won’t kid you, I was scared. We, my girlfriends and I, were watching ABC’s Saturday Night Movie in their basement when stiff slanted letters intruded on the flickering screen. A Special NewsReport. “We interrupt this broadcast to bring this breaking news,” explained Harry Reasoner in his musical voice.
“FBI agents have sealed the office of the Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox.”
I sat up from my prone position on the couch, trying to orient myself to the images on that black and white picture tube. The information didn’t make sense, Cox was the guy ferreting out the facts behind the Watergate scandal, and he should have been left alone to do his job. A sense of bewildered loss of gravity made me uneasy as I watched agents string crime tape across an office door, and around file cabinets.
I needed to go home; this movie could wait.
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