CONVICTING THE CABINET
On February 19, 1974: Cabinet members under President Nixon, John Mitchell, U.S. Attorney General, and Maurice Stans, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, were put on trial in NYC for Watergate scandal-related perjury and conspiracy.
On February 19, 2010: The FBI formally closed its investigation on the 2001 Anthrax Attacks case, known as “Amerithrax.” The attacks killed five people and targeted many New Yorkers working in media.
BORN ON THIS DAY: JESSICA TUCK
On February 19, 1963: Actress Jessica Tuck was born in NYC. Tuck is known for her roles on One Life to Live, Days of our Lives, and True Blood.