Edward S. Miller
In November 1980, Miller, then head of the FBI's Domestic Intelligence Division, and Mark Felt were convicted after a seven-week federal jury trial of having "conspired to injure and oppress the citizens of the United States" and Miller was fined $3,500. While the convictions were being appealed in April 1981, President Ronald Reagan pardoned both men. At the time of trial, Felt and Miller were the highest-ranking bureau employees to have been tried for a criminal offense.
- Pear, Robert (April 16, 1981). President Reagan Pardons 2 Ex-F.B.I. Officials in 1970's Break-Ins. New York Times
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