Charles Colson, Richard Nixon’s Watergate “Dirty Tricks” Man, Dies

Posted on Apr 22 2012 - 3:59pm by Zennie Abraham

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Charles Colson, and before him Dick Clark, and Levon Helm, all parts of the Zeitgeist, have died within the last six days. 80-year-old Charles Colson was best known as President Richard Nixon’s “Dirty Tricks” man during the Watergate break-in and scandal. But during his sixth-month stay in prison, Colson changed his life, found God, and started the Prison Fellowship organization. After jail, he built his work for Christ, eventually publishing 30 books, and receiving 15 honorary doctorates. Who says you can’t remake yourself, or that there’s not a God. Rubish.

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