Deep Throat died yesterday. Maybe after he saw Frost/Nixon and realized it was another bit of Hollywood playing fast and loose with history. Elizabeth Drew has a pretty scathing piece in the Huffington Post on the film's distortions.
It doesn't matter that Frost/Nixon moves some scenes around (though it's not always clear why), and engages in some invention. But such a gross misrepresentation of such important events -- roughly seventy percent of the population is too young to have been aware of Watergate -- about a figure over whom there is still serious debate, in the name of entertainment and profits, to my mind, crosses the line of dramatic integrity and is dishonorable.