John Avera. Avera, a 25-year veteran of the Oklahoma City Police Department, was the first to arrive on the scene after the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Office Building. Unconcerned with his own safety, he rushed into the building and began carrying people out of the rubble.
Robert Langford. After becoming the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Birmingham Field Office, Langford attempted to mend the rift between the black and white communities. His efforts led to the reopening of the investigation into the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing that left four young girls dead. The investigation led to the indictment of two former Klansmen.
Donald Cannon and Tim Baughan. Cannon, a detective in the City of Sunrise Police Department and Baughan, a detective with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, worked jointly to quell the threat created by the activities of the World Church of the Creator. As a result of their efforts and investigation many key leader of the group were arrested in connection with a series of attacks on minorities in Florida.
Eli Rosenbaum. Known as “America’s Chief Nazi Hunter,” Rosenbaum has led a team within the United States Department of Justice in tracking down the perpetrators of the Nazi Holocaust. As a result of his work, 64 Nazis living within the United States were stripped of their citizenship, and assets that were looted by the Nazis were recovered.
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