All the President's Men (1976)
Hoback first told her story on television in CBS News' Watergate: The Secret Story (1992), marking 20 years after the Watergate break-in. Hosted by Mike Wallace, others interviewed for the program included Woodward, Bernstein, Ben Bradlee, Katharine Graham and Hugh Sloan.
-Bernard Barker (deceased), former Miami real estate agent and former CIA operative, involved in the 1962 Bay of Pigs incident.
-Virgilio Gonzales, locksmith and refugee of the Cuban revolution.
-James McCord, security coordinator for the Committee for the Re-Election of the President, former security coordinator for the Republican National Committee and former CIA agent.
-Eugenio Rolando Martinez, Cuban exile, former Barker real estate employee and former CIA operative.
-Frank Sturgis (deceased), former CIA operative with connections to Barker; in his later years he trained anti-communist revolutionaries in South America.
None of them served more than 14 months in prison. McCord served the least amount of time (4 months) of the burglars or their two direct leaders - the day that sentences were to be handed down to the five of them plus Hunt and Liddy, Judge John J. Sirica revealed that McCord had written to him and said that there had been perjured testimony, that political pressure had been applied to the defendants to plead guilty and remain silent and that the CIA had been dragged into the affair unfairly.