Nine reasons why 2007 is the new 1974
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Liddy and Libby Government officials are always getting in trouble, but even the names of and the charges for these two sound the same. On Jan. 30, 1974, G. Gordon Liddy (left) was convicted of obstruction of justice, burglary, and conspiracy related to the Watergate break-in. On March 6, I. Lewis Libby was found guilty of obstruction of justice in a case involving a classified CIA operative. 'Scooter'' Libby also was convicted of two counts of perjury and one count of making false statements to federal prosecutors.

Liddy and Libby


Government officials are always getting in trouble, but even the names of and the charges for these two sound the same. On Jan. 30, 1974, G. Gordon Liddy (left) was convicted of obstruction of justice, burglary, and conspiracy related to the Watergate break-in.

On March 6, I. Lewis Libby was found guilty of obstruction of justice in a case involving a classified CIA operative. "Scooter'' Libby also was convicted of two counts of perjury and one count of making false statements to federal prosecutors.
(AP Photo (left), Reuters Photo (right))