From the latest update on Nytimes.com:
<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>"I'm the guy they used to call Deep Throat," Mr. Felt told John D. O'Connor, a lawyer and the author of the Vanity Fair article, the magazine said today in a news release.
Mr. Felt, who is 91 and living in Santa Rosa, Calif., was the second-in-command at the Federal Bureau Investigation in the early 1970's, during the Nixon administration. According to the magazine, Mr. Felt kept his secret even from his family until 2002, when he confided it to a friend. Now, Vanity Fair said, Mr. Felt has given Mr. O'Connor permission to disclose his identity in the magazine's July issue. "The Felt family cooperated fully, providing old photographs for the story and agreeing to sit for portraits," Vanity Fair said.
Today, Mr. Felt's grandson Nick Jones read a statement on television affirming that Mr. Felt had made such an admission and his family's conviction that he was telling the truth.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END-->
The article goes on to say he's denied that he was DT for years, so I figure he woulda just denied it again this time unless he wanted to. Bernstein put out a release saying he still won't discuss it until DT dies.