Evidence demonstrating the relationship between Woodward and Haig, which both men have lied about for more than 40 years, is presented to you so that you can judge Woodward's credibility for yourself.
You can hear and read Woodward's denial and the three sources who expose his lie, starting with his former commanding officer, Admiral Thomas Moorer, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
In their research for Silent Coup, authors Len Colodny and Robert Gettlin revealed that Woodward had briefed Haig as early as 1969. When asked if he had briefed anyone, Woodward denied it, saying "I defy you to produce somebody who says I did the briefing. It's just, it's not true."