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Mr. Fogg received the District of Columbia, U.S. Attorney, and Federal Bar Association’s
highest law enforcement awards for tracking down over 300 of America’s most-wanted and
dangerous fugitives charged with prison escape, murder, rape, child molestation, robbery,
illegal narcotics trafficking, and other heinous crimes in the U.S. and abroad.
Mr. Fogg is nationally known as a civil rights law enforcement ICON after receiving a 1998,
Landmark Title VII civil rights verdict against his employer in federal court for the District of
Columbia. The jury awarded him $4-million, “Finding” the USMS under supervision of the
United States Department of Justice (DOJ) was operating as a ‘Racial Hostile Environment’
for all African American deputy US marshals nationwide. In 2008, he received the NAACP
prestigious Barrier Breakers award as an "(American) who blazed a path for others", and for
his valiant stand against all odds behind the federal blue wall of silence.
Originally trained by the USMS as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Collateral Duty
Expert – Mr. Fogg later voluntarily utilized his formal skills to win many favorable decisions
before the US EEO Commission by personally representing other federal employees who
blew the whistle on various forms of discrimination in the US and Korea. He also advocates
for the civil rights of citizens who are in fear of police misconduct and brutality. He has
provided expert commentary on TV and radio such as CNN, CBS, C-Span; and print media
such as the NY Post, Washington Post, Final Call, Vanity Fair, People Magazine and other
Mr. Fogg’s motto: “I only regret that I have but one life to live defending the human rights of
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