• David Ferdinand Durenberger
    David Ferdinand was an American politician and attorney best known for serving as Minnesota Senator for three terms from 1978 to 1995 as a Republican but later endorsed Democratic presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden. Durenberger was born in St. Cloud, Minnesota, a state he would later govern as a senator. He attended the University of Minnesota Law School and earned his Juris Doctor in 1959. He also served in the United States army from 1956 to 1963. In 1973 he was elected as Se...  more
  • Allan Ryan
    Allan A. Ryan Jr was an American attorney, author, university and law school professor often referred to as the Nazi hunter for finding, prosecuting and expelling anyone in the United States who had assisted the Nazis when he served as director of a Justice Department. Ryan attended Dartmouth College and magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School. After graduating he served as a law clerk to Justice Byron White of the Supreme Court of the United States and as a captain in the U....  more
  • Frank Salemme
    Francis Patrick Salemme was an American mobster also known by the names "Cadillac Frank" and "Julian Daniel Selig”. He was a hitman who rose in ranks to eventually take over the Patriarca crime family in New England Mafia region’s top organized crime in the 1990s. He later became a government witness for the prosecutors against his ally Whitey Bulger. Salemme was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts. He served in the Army during the Korean War and after receiving a honourable discharge, he became a l...  more
  • Michael Pertschuk
    Michael Pertschuk was an American attorney and advocate for consumer protection and public health. As a congressional staffer and chairman of the Federal Trade Commission from 1977 to 1984, he helped usher into law a raft of consumer protections. He served as the chief counsel and staff director to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation from 1965 to 1976 and was instrumental in drafting the landmark legislation requiring cigarette warning labels and banning broadcast advert...  more
  • Pablo Samuel Eisenberg
    Pablo Samuel Eisenberg was an American scholar, social justice advocate and tennis player. He was described by The New York Times as a man who fought for transparency, accountability, equity support directed to grass-roots organizations. Eisenberg also played in Wimbledon five times and in 1953 and won a gold medal in Maccabiah Games in Israel.

    Eisenberg was born in Paris, France to a Jewish family that migrated to the United States when he was 7 years old. He attended Millburn High School wher...  more
  • Herbert William Mullin
    Herbet Mulin was an infamous serial killer whose killing spree was rampant in the 1970s claiming 13 victims' lives.

    Growing up Mulin had an ordinary childhood and was known to have lots of friends he was even voted as most likely to succeed in his class. This took a drastic change when one of his high school friends was killed in a car accident which severely affected him. He had been diagnosed with schizophrenic disorder shortly before his friend’s death and the death of his friend only fue...  more
  • Deborah Lynn Rhode
    Deborah Lynn Rhode was a famed American jurist known for her pioneering work surrounding injustices in the practice of law and the challenges associated with identifying and rectifying them. Throughout her career, she wrote over 250 articles and some 30 books on legal ethics and founded multiple research centers on the topic at Stanford Law School. Rhode was born and raised in Illinois as the daughter of advertising executive, Frederick Rhode, and social worker, Hertha Rhode. In 1976, the law...  more
  • Samuel Little
    Samuel Little is best known as the choke and stroke killer. He was an American serial killer who was convicted in 2012 for the murders of three women in California between 1987 and 1989. He was also convicted in 2018 for the murder of a woman he killed in Texas in 1994. Samuel Little had the highest number of proven cases for any serial killer in American history, and he confessed to having killed as many as 93 women. Investigators have linked him to about 60 of the murders. He supposedly murder...  more