When the Watergate case erupted, the American public was told that the full story would be revealed after the trial. However, the full story remains to be told. The Congressional investigation will begin soon, but an informal congressional investigation has been in progress for some time. Robert Hay, of the Christian Science Monitor, quotes Kennedy as saying that his evidence shows that a key participate in the Watergate case had been in repeated contact with the White House and it's staff during the period in which the espionage was at it's greatest momentum. Kennedy's letter doesn't name the liaison man between the Watergate buggers and the White House, but The Monitor indicates that the man was Donald Segretti. Segretti has been identified has the individual who set out to spy on the Democratic Party. After eight and a half months, the Watergate scandal is still an unclear situation.