Lenzner, Through a Darker Lens

Terry Lenzner, chairman of the Washington-based Investigative Group International, is no stranger to scandal. In fact, it's his livelihood.

Since founding I.G.I. in 1984, Lenzner, 61, has assembled a client list that ranges from Mike Tyson to Ivana Trump, plus such corporations as Drexel Burnham Lambert, the lottery operator Gtech and AOL. The lawyer and former civil servant has dished dirt on tobacco whistle-blower Jeffrey Wigand and the United Way's wayward William Aramony. In the early '90s, Lenzner even investigated the Paula Jones case for the Clinton camp, sealing his reputation as an official FOB, or Friend of Bill.

Lenzner's brand...

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