Henry Hecht speaks at September mini-reunion

Watergate: Lessons for Current Times with Henry Hecht ’68
Professor Henry Hecht of UC Berkeley, School of Law, served as an Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor from the inception of the office in the spring of 1973–through the Saturday Night Massacre and the firing of Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox–until the spring of 1976. In his mid-morning talk on the mainstage of the ’62 Center, Henry offered observations on similarities and differences between the Watergate prosecutions and recent investigations and prosecutions by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Henry’s presentation followed a 10 am conversation with President Maud Mandel.

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