Angelo J. Lano was an American field agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington DC, notable for his work heading the investigation of, and appearing as a witness for, the Watergate scandal surrounding President Richard M Nixon.[1] Lano was one of a number of FBI agents who was said to have been as source of information for Carl Bernstein and the Washington Post during the investigation, and this helped shift White House suspicions away from Mark Felt,[2] who was revealed as informant Deep Throat on May 31, 2005.

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  1. Jaworski p. 41
  2. Watergate and the Two Lives of Mark Felt The Washington Post retrieved July 25, 2007

References[edit | edit source]

  • Jaworski, Leon The Right and the Power: The Prosecution of Watergate, 1976 ISBN 0-88349-102-8
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