Louis Freeh was the director of the FBI from 1993-2001. Freeh, a lawyer, was a FBI Special Agent, an Assistant U.S. Attorney, and a District Judge in the 1980s. While at the FBI's helm, Mr Freeh oversaw notable cases, such as TWA Flight 800, Waco, the Oklahoma City bombing and many others. His post-FBI experience has included corporate legal and ethics work, with emphasis on corporate financial disclosure. Single lecture ticket: $40 each; Series of four lectures: $120 each. More info: montgomerywomansclub.org/TownHall.html.
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