Thursday, June 02, 2005

In the Prelude to Publication, Intrigue Worthy of Deep Throat - New York Times: "On Wednesday, word came that the family of Mr. Felt, the ailing, 91-year-old former No. 2 official of the F.B.I., had sought payment in vain for his story after failing to reach a collaborative agreement with Mr. Woodward - not only from Vanity Fair, but also from People magazine and HarperCollins Books. They are apparently still determined to claim their share of the story that helped make Mr. Woodward a famous millionaire. 'It's doing me good,' Mr. Felt told reporters outside his home in Santa Rosa, Calif., when asked how he was reacting to the publicity. 'I'll arrange to write a book or something, and collect all the money I can.'" Uh huh.

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