Charles W. Colson, President Richard Nixon’s hatchet man, who was convicted of obstruction of Justice in the 1970s and went on to found a prison fellowship ministry, died Saturday in a suburban D.C. hospital, the Washington Post reported. He was 80.
The Post reported that Colson died after suffering from a brain hemorrhage earlier this month.
He lived in Naples, Fla., but kept an apartment in the Virginia suburbs of D.C., the Post reported.
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