Dudley Hodgson didn't turn out as his parents, both classical musicians, had envisioned.
"They wanted a 110-pound violin player, and instead, they got me," he said. "I wanted to go into the Army."
Six-foot-one and 190 pounds, Hodgson graduated from The Citadel in 1965 and was a wounded veteran of the Vietnam War, serving from November 1967 to January 1969. He was shot in three separate battles, including the Tet offensive, he said.
He went on to become an FBI special agent and later chief investigator for the U.S House of Representatives' Committee on Government Reform and Oversight during the impeachment investigation of President Bill...