The People and Their Stories
Mary Kay Letourneau
Lee Boyd Malvo
Daniel Ellsberg strengthened public opposition to the Vietnam War in 1971 when he leaked the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times.
Elizabeth Smart gained national fame in 2003 when she was rescued after being kidnapped and held captive for nine months.
Bernhard Goetz is best known as the "Subway Vigilante" for shooting four teenagers during an attempted mugging in a subway car.
The largest, longest, and most expensive manhunt in US history ended when David Kaczynski suspected his brother as the notorious Unabomber, responsible for the death of 3 and serious injury of 23.
Mary Kay Letourneau was sentenced to seven years in prison for statutory rape for having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old boy in her class.
Lee Boyd Malvo was one of the vicious snipers who bred fear in the Washington, D.C. area for more than 20 days in 2002.