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June 14, 2006

Enemies of the State

Are_you_lonely_tonight The master list of Nixon's Enemies List divided in categories, included 10 Democratic senators, all 12 black House members, more than 50 newspaper and television reporters, prominent businessmen and labor leaders and entertainers. Another list included large and small contributors to Sen. Edmund S. Muskie's (D, Me.) presidential campaign

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My name was placed on one of three (3) of Richard Nixon's "Enermies Lists," found in the Nation Archives in Waltham, MA., 380 Trapelo Road. My name is on the 30,000. name list, the big one. My name is also on a deed transfer in 1965 of Paul D. Fairneny to francis Minturn Sedgwick. This is current the famous "Sedgwick Reserve." I was fleeced out of money/land and I believe it relats to Sedgwick, Nixon, and Eisenhower. Please research this.--Paul Donald Fairneny.

Posted by: Paul D. Fairneny at Mar 23, 2009 10:11:34 AM