Chafetz, Donald L. Brown and Gary S.
Often referred to as "one of the ten best journalists of the past twenty-five years," Gary Chafetz is a former Boston Globe correspondent, and twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize by the Globe. He is the author of three books, including The Perfect Villain, for which he was the only reporter able to gain access to Jack Abramoff, the notorious Washington lobbyist. Chafetz secretly met with Abramoff for two years, prior to and during his imprisonment, without the knowledge of federa prosecutors. Attorney Don Brown graduated from Harvard Law School, as a classmate of the President of the United States, Barack Obama. In his third-year law-school thesis--written in 1989 and now housed in the permanent collection at the Harvard Law School Library--Brown predicted that Obama would become president of the United States.