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Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release January 26, 1994
                         AND FIVE U.S. MARSHALS

      President Clinton announced his intention today to nominate the 


Kent Baron Alexander, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia David D. Freudenthal, U.S. Attorney for the District of Wyoming Israel Brooks, Jr., U.S. Marshal for the District of South Carolina Herbert Lee Brown, U.S. Marshal for the District of Nevada Jerry J. Enomoto, U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of California John James Leyden, U.S. Marshal for the District of Rhode Island Timothy Patrick Mullaney, Sr., U.S. Marshal for the District of Deleware

Kent Baron Alexander is an attorney with the Atlanta firm of King & Spaulding, where he has worked since 1992. Before joining the firm, he had spent seven years in the Atlanta office of the U.S. Department of Justice, prosecuting white collar, drug, computer and general crimes. He had previously been an associate at the firm of Long, Aldridge & Norman. A graduate of Tufts University and the University of Virginia Law School, Alexander is 35 years old. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and daughter.

David D. Freudenthal has spent the past eleven years with the Cheyenne law firm of Herschler, Freudenthal, Salzburg, Bonds, and Rideout, where he is currently the senior partner. He was previously an associate for the firm of Sherman and Howard and also has extensive government experience. From 1975- 77, he was the Wyoming State Planning Coordinator, and from 1978-80, he was Administrative Aide to New York State Governor Hugh Carey. Freudenthal, 43, holds a B.A. from Amherst College and a J.D. from the University of Wyoming College of Law. He is married, and has four children.

Israel Brooks, Jr. is a Major in the South Carolina Highway Patrol, responsible for the administrative duties of the entire Highway Patrol. He first joined the Patrol in 1967, when he became the first African-American Patrolman in the state. He had previously served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Brooks holds an A.A. degree from Palmer College and studied at the University of South Carolina. He is 49 years old, married, and has three daughters and one son. (more)

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Herbert L. Brown is the Assistant Chief of Police of North Las Vegas. He has has been with the force since 1973, and from 1987-92 was Director of the Community Relations/Crime Prevention Bureau. He has participated in training excersices run by the Drug Enforcement Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Department of Justice, among others. Brown resides in North Las Vegas.

Jerry J. Enomoto is a criminal justice consultant employed by federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies dealing with correctional systems. He is also a Professor in the Criminal Justice Division at California State University, Sacramento. From 1975-80, he was Director of the California Department of Corrections. Among his other accomplishments, Enomoto has twice been president of the Japanese American Citizens League, the only national organization of Japanese Americans. He holds a B.A. and M.S.W. from the University of California, Berkeley, and served two years in the U.S. Army. Enomoto is married and has two daughters and three grandchildren.

John J. Leyden a law enforcement professional with 37 years of experience, has been Chief of Police of North Kingstown, Rhode Island since 1983. Before being named to that post, he was with the Providence Police Department from 1955-83, the last five of those as Major of the Investigative Division, the department's third-ranking position. Leyden, 62, holds an associates degree from Roger Williams College. He and his wife have five children and one grandchild.

Timothy P. Mullaney, Sr., an instructor at Polytech High School in Dover, Deleware, served on the Dover Police Department from 1972-1992, as an officer and lietenant. He had previously served four years in the U.S. Air Force. He also spent time in the Air Force Reserves, including service in Operation Desert Storm. Mullaney has also served since 1988 as President of the Deleware Fraternal Order of Police, and since 1989 on the National FOP Legislative Committee. A graduate of Deleware State College, he is 44 years old.

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