In his 50-year career, private investigator Terry Lenzer, called one of the most feared men in Washington, has used gumshoe tactics to dig up white-collar secrets.
1969 Terry Lenzer meets President Richard Nixon. The introduction was made by Donald Rumsfeld, center, who was Lenzner's boss at the time at the Office of Economic Opportunity. Lenzner's new autobiography, "The Investigator," tells the stories of the private investigator's political -- and nonpolitical -- probes for the first time. Courtesy of the Lenzner family Buy Photo