Mark Felten( FBI Deputy Director)
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Biography Mark Felten
Mark Felten was born in Idaho (Twin Falls) - 17 August 1913, the. He received excellent education, graduating from one of the higher education institutions in Idaho. Later he studied at George Washington University, after which he was awarded the diploma of legal education and the mass of various honors.
Since the early forties, Mark began to cooperate with the FBI. He always showed himself to be the best way - worked professionally and without a single error (for example, led a high-quality hunting for German spies during the war).
. By the early sixties of the last century, Marc Felten (William Mark Felt) has acquired a solid reputation and became one of the leading experts of the FBI.
. In the early seventies, Mark took over as deputy director of the FBI, becoming the second most important man after J. Edgar Hoover (at the time - director of the FBI)
. Unfortunately Mark and he never failed to become the head of the FBI. President Nixon considered insufficiently prepared to mark this 'role' and appointed a director.
. Felten did not remain in debt - periodically he announced to journalists about what is happening in the White House and how the suite Nixon masks have been violations
. Mark Nixon suspected that he was directly involved in the leak of classified information and did everything possible to Felten finally stopped service in the FBI. Of course - on their own.
. Mark Felten (William Mark Felt) occupied by the left post and after some time Congress has provided additional information about what's happening in the department.
. In the early eighties Mark was charged with unauthorized monitoring of government talks and almost charged with terrorism
. Fortunately, President Reagan - at the same time accept the post of head of the U.S. - pardoned Felten.
After almost twenty years, the last opened the card and confessed to his own acts. By the time the former FBRovtsu turned 91, and his confession could not in any way disturb the peace of Mark.
Mark Felten (William Mark Felt) passed away on December 19 of the year 2008. He was killed by the disease - a few strokes and Alzheimer's disease.