Scott Armstrong

Scott Armstrong is an investigative journalist, a co-founder of Searchlight NM and executive director of the Information Trust. He was a staff writer for The Washington Post and co-author with Bob Woodward of The Brethren, a narrative account of the Supreme Court. As a senior investigator for the Senate Watergate Committee, his interview of Alexander Butterfield revealed the Nixon taping system. Armstrong’s reporting on the Iran/contra affair with Bill Moyers on PBS Frontline’s "Crimes and Misdemeanors" won on an Emmy and a DuPont Silver Baton. Armstrong founded the National Security Archive, a non-profit institute providing comprehensive government documentation to the public. A Yale graduate, he lives in Santa Fe with his wife, Barbara Guss, and has 5 children, 11 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.  Contact: