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  2. Oliver North - Wikipedia

    Oliver Laurence North (born October 7, 1943) is an American political commentator, television host, military historian, author, and retired United States Marine Corps lieutenant colonel. A veteran of the Vietnam War, North was a National Security Council staff member during the Iran–Contra affair, a political scandal of the late 1980s.

  3. Oliver North | Biography, Iran-Contra Affair, & Facts ...

    Oliver North, in full Oliver Laurence North, (born October 7, 1943, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.), U.S. Marine Corps officer, conservative political commentator, and author who was involved in the Iran-Contra Affair in the 1980s. North graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and served in the Vietnam War.

  4. Oliver North Biography

    Name: Oliver North Birth Year: 1943 Birth date: October 7, 1943 Birth State: Texas Birth City: San Antonio Birth Country: United States Gender: Male Best Known For: Oliver North, former...

  5. Oliver North Biography - Biography

    Oliver North, former deputy-director of the National Security Council, was implicated in the Iran-Contra affair and forced to resign. He was convicted of three charges, which were overturned in 1990.

  6. Oliver North guilty of tricking Congress – archive, 1989

    The former National Security aide, Oliver North, the man at the heart of the 1986 Iran-contra affair, was yesterday found guilty on three counts - including deceiving Congress and receiving an...

  7. 25 years ago, Marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North did something really, really bad. He sold weapons to Iran in an effort to help fund rebels fighting Nicaragua’s Socialist government.

  8. Iran-Contra Affair | Definition, History, Oliver North ...

    William J. Casey Oliver North John M. Poindexter Ronald Reagan Warren Rudman Iran-Contra Affair, 1980s U.S. political scandal in which the National Security Council (NSC) became involved in secret weapons transactions and other activities that either were prohibited by the U.S. Congress or violated the stated public policy of the government.