Charles Colson, one of President Richard Nixon’s advisors during the Watergate scandal, has died at the age of 80.
Colson, who compiled Nixon’s infamous “enemies list” before Watergate brought the US president down in 1974, died of complications from a brain hemorrhage.
Charles “Chuck” Colson had a reputation for ruthlessness before going to jail and starting a prison ministry.
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