James Riady is the deputy chairman of the Lippo Group, a major Indonesian conglomerate. He is the son of Mochtar Riady, founder of the group. The group has recently signed an agreement with Khazanah of Malaysia to relinquish its majority stake in Bank Lippo. James is now focusing on the study of theology. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Riady"
James W. Lewis was convicted of extortion in relation to the 1982 Tylenol scare. He had sent a letter to Johnson & Johnson demanding $1 million for him to stop the cyanide-induced murders. He was later found to have had nothing to do with the actual killings. He served 13 years of a 20-year sentence and was released in 1995 on parole. ...more on Wikipedia about "James W. Lewis"
James W. McCord, Jr. was one of the first men convicted in the Watergate scandal. McCord led the June 17, 1972 early-morning burglary of the Democratic National Committee's headquarters at the Watergate office building in Washington, D.C., and pled guilty to six charges. He later wrote a letter to U.S. District Judge John Sirica stating that his plea and testimony, some of which he claimed was perjured, were compelled by pressure from White House counsel John Dean and former Attorney General John N. Mitchell. His letter set off the Watergate scandal in earnest by implicating many higher-ups in the Richard Nixon Administration for covering up the conspiracy that led to the burglary. ...more on Wikipedia about "James W. McCord, Jr."
Jan-Michael Vincent (born July 15, 1944) is an American actor most well-known for his role as helicopter pilot Stringfellow Hawke on the 1980s U.S. television series Airwolf ( 1984- 1986). Vincent had an extensive television and film career that began in the late 1960s and lasted until the early 2000s. He is currently said to be retired from acting. Vincent is also notorious for his alcoholism and drug abuse, which derailed his acting career. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan-Michael Vincent"
Jeff Gillooly is the ex-husband of former ice skating star Tonya Harding. They married in 1990, and divorced in 1993. In 1994, he was found guilty of conspiring with Shawn Eckhardt in hiring Shane Stant to attack rival skater Nancy Kerrigan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeff Gillooly"
Jerry Dewayne Williams is a convicted felon, most famous for initially receiving a 25 years to life prison sentence in March 1995, for the theft of a slice of pepperoni pizza, but was released in 1998. Williams was prosecuted under California's three strikes law, allowing lengthy sentences for repeat offenders. His case has often been cited by opponents of the controversial legal measure. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jerry Dewayne Williams"
James "Jim" Guy Tucker, Jr. (born 12 June 1943) was a Governor of Arkansas and a member of the United States House of Representatives from Arkansas. Tucker resigned the governorship due to a plea bargain as a result of the Whitewater scandal investigation, although the conviction was not related to the Whitewater scandal investigation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Guy Tucker"
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Jim McDougal is the former husband of Susan McDougal. They were financial partners with Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton in the real estate venture that led to the political Whitewater Scandal of the 1990's. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim McDougal"
James Riddle "Jimmy" Hoffa (born 14 February, 1913, disappeared 30 July, 1975) was a noted American labor leader who is also well-known in popular culture for the mysterious circumstances surrounding his still-unexplained disappearance and presumed death. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Hoffa"
Jimmy Lerner was raised in Brooklyn, New York, and spent 18 years as a Pacific Bell marketing executive, served for the U.S. Army in Panama, received an M.B.A. and spent time as a taxi driver. He published his first book in 2002, You Got Nothing Coming, based on his experiences serving a 2-12 year sentence in a Nevada State Prison for the murder of Mark Slavin in 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Lerner"
Jimmy Swaggart (born March 15, 1935 in Ferriday, Louisiana) is a Christian preacher and pioneer of televangelism who reached the height of his popularity in the 1980s. During the 1970s, Swaggart established a lucrative ministry under the Assembly of God, which in the 1980s was estimated to make over $150 million per year. Swaggart is perhaps best known for his highly publicized prostitution scandal in 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Swaggart"
Joey Buttafuoco (born March 11, 1956) made headlines in 1992 for his affair with Amy Fisher, who subsequently shot Joey's wife, Mary Jo Buttafuoco, in the face. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joey Buttafuoco"
John Wayne Bobbitt (born March 23, 1967 in Buffalo, NY) and Lorena Bobbitt ( née Lorena Gallo, born in 1970 in Bucay, Ecuador) were an American couple, best known for a 1993 incident in which Lorena severed a portion of John's penis with a kitchen knife. ...more on Wikipedia about "John and Lorena Bobbitt"
John William Anglin ( May 2, 1930 - June 11 or 12, 1962?) was an American criminal who escaped from Alcatraz along with his brother Clarence and Frank Morris on June 11 1962. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Anglin" www.shortopedia.com, there's no better way.
John Wesley Dean III (born October 14, 1938 in Akron, Ohio) was White House Counsel to U.S. President Richard Nixon from July 1970 to April, 1973. As White House Counsel he became deeply involved in the Watergate scandal cover up, even referred to as "master manipulator of the cover up" by the FBI. , and went on to become the star witness of the Watergate prosecution. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Dean"
John Herbert Dillinger ( June 22, 1903 – July 22, 1934) was an American bank robber, considered by some to be a dangerous criminal, while others considered him a Robin Hood-like hero. He gained this reputation for his graceful movement during bank heists, e.g. leaping over the counter, and narrow getaways from police. His exploits, along with those of other criminals of the 1930s Depression era, such as Bonnie and Clyde and Ma Barker, dominated the attentions of the American press and its readers during what is sometimes referred to as the public enemy era, between 1931 and 1935, a period which led to the further development of the modern and more sophisticated FBI. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Dillinger"
John Daniel Ehrlichman ( March 20, 1925 – February 14, 1999) was counsel and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs under President Richard Nixon and a key figure in the Watergate scandal. Born in Tacoma, Washington, Ehrlichman won the Distinguished Flying Cross as a lead navigator in the Eighth Air Force in World War II. After the war, he enrolled at the UCLA, graduating in 1948. After graduating from Stanford Law School in 1951, he joined a Seattle law firm, becoming a partner, where he remained until 1968 when he entered politics. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Ehrlichman"
John Jenrette is a former American politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Jenrette"
John Newton Mitchell ( September 15, 1913 – November 9, 1988) was the first United States Attorney General ever to be convicted of illegal activities and imprisoned. He also served as campaign director for the Committee to Re-elect the President, which employed Watergate burglar James W. McCord, Jr. in a "security" capacity. ...more on Wikipedia about "John N. Mitchell"
Jorge Solano Moreta (born c. 1970), also commonly known as Wes Solano, is an admitted drug seller from Puerto Rico. He gained much fame (or infamy) during the early 1990s, when newspapers such as El Nuevo Dia and El Vocero documented his alleged gang activities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jorge Solano Moreta"
Joseph Corbett, Jr., a former Fulbright scholar, was on the FBI's Most Wanted List in 1960 for the kidnap and subsequent murder of Adolph Coors III, heir to the Coors Beer fortune. A nationwide manhunt was conducted that spanned from California to Atlantic City, New Jersey, and eventually to Vancouver, Canada. Corbett was convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was broken out of prison by D Vega and they both are free to this day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Corbett, Jr."
Julia Brown was an American madam and prostitute. In the 1830s, Brown entered a brothel owned by Adeline Miller, a well-known New York madam. She did not stay long, however; soon Brown was running brothels of her own on Chapel and Church streets. One brothel was partially destroyed when the neighboring National Theatre burnt down in 1841. By the next year, Brown had opened a new house on Leonard Street, stocked with furniture she had salvaged from the ruined playhouse. This quickly became the most famous brothel in New York City.Gilfoyle 71. ...more on Wikipedia about "Julia Brown"
(Kathleen Soliah) Shortly after her arrest, she legally changed her name to the alias. Her community raised a substantial amount of money to post bond for her, demonstrating that she had become accepted under her new identity, and she published a cookbook entitled Serving Time: America's Most Wanted Recipes (dead external link). On October 31, 2001, she accepted a plea bargain, and pled guilty to two counts of possessing explosives with intent to murder. The other charges were dropped. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kathleen Soliah"
Kendra James was an Oregon woman whose death in a 2003 shooting sparked a controversy over the use of deadly force in the Portland Police Bureau. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kendra James"
Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff is a former drug dealer and leader of The Supreme Team. Some claim that the fictional character Nino Brown, portrayed in the film New Jack City by Wesley Snipes, is based on him. McGriff served ten years for a 1989 drug conviction, and when released, he helped finance the rap label The Inc, formerly known as Murder Inc. Records, with neighborhood associate Irv Gotti. McGriff has been arrested two more times since for parole violations for possessing firearms. He was part of the major indictment on Murder Inc. in 2003, which exposed its more criminal side. McGriff is currently awaiting trial with several other men for a litany of federal crimes including murder, drug dealing, and money laundering. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kenneth McGriff"
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