George T. Bell
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For other people named George Bell, see George Bell (disambiguation).
When questioned about Nixon's infamous "enemies list," Colson told the House Subcommittee Investigating the Watergate scandal that the "late George Bell" was responsible for the master list of Nixon political opponents.
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