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G. Gordon Liddy Edit Profile

also known as George Gordon Liddy, Gordon Liddy

Federal official , Radio personality , writer

G. Gordon Liddy, American radio personality, writer, former federal official. Member Honor Legion of New York City Police Department; Member of Special Operations Association (life).


Liddy, G. Gordon was born on November 30, 1930 in New York City. Son of Sylvester J. and Maria (Abbaticchio) Liddy.


Bachelor of Science, Fordham University, 1952. Doctor of Laws, Fordham University, 1957.


Special agent to bureau supervisor Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, 1957—1962. Attorney New York City, 1962. Prosecutor Dutchess County.

Head presidential campaign for Richard Nixon 28th Dist New York, 1968. Special assistant to secretary United States Department Treasury, Washington. Enforcement legislation counsel.

Staff assistant to President The White House, Washington, 1971. Member White House Special Investigations Group, 1971. Political intelligence director, general counsel Presidential Campaign and Campaign Finance Committee, 1972.

Co-founder G. Gordon Liddy & Associates. Host The G. Gordon Liddy Show, since 1992. Speaker in field; Artillery officer United States Army, 1952-1954.


  • Achieved notoriety for being a leader of the Nixon White House "Plumbers" team who were arrested during an attempted burglary at the Democratic National Committee's headquarters at the Watergate Complex on June 17, 1972. Liddy served 54 months in prison after being convicted on charges of burglary, conspiracy, and wiretapping. The scandal surrounding the Watergate break-in and its subsequent cover-up ultimately resulted in the resignation of President Richard Nixon on August 9, 1974.



Member Honor Legion of New York City Police Department. Member of Special Operations Association (life).


Married Frances Purcell, November 9, 1957 (deceased February 5, 2010). Children: Alexandra, Grace, James, Thomas, Raymond J.

Sylvester J. Liddy

Maria (Abbaticchio) Liddy

Frances Purcell

Raymond J. Liddy

Thomas Liddy

James Liddy

Grace Liddy

Alexandra Liddy