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Matthew Fogg joined the U.S. Marshals Service (U.S.M.S.) in 1978 and soon became a highly decorated federal law officer. He was cross-designated a Supervisory Special Agent in charge of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration joint drug and gun interdiction Metropolitan Area Task Force. He was later promoted to Inspector in charge of the U.S.M.S. unit for the International Criminal Police Organization, the world’s largest international police organization. He received the District of Columbia, U.S. Attorney, and Federal Bar Association's highest law enforcement awards for tracking down over 300 of America's most-wanted and dangerous fugitives charged with prison escape, murder, rape, child molestation, and illegal narcotics trafficking in the U.S. and abroad.
An article on law.justia.com mentions, "Matthew Fogg, an African American, served as a Deputy U.S. Marshal in the District of Columbia from 1978 to his dismissal in 1995. In 1985, while he was serving in the fugitive detail in the federal district court here, the Marshals Service reprimanded him for allegedly misusing a government vehicle and transferred him to an assignment at the D.C. Superior Court. Fogg thereafter filed an administrative discrimination complaint. Fogg claims that both the reprimand and the transfer were the result of unlawful race discrimination and that the Marshals Service unlawfully delayed the processing of his administrative complaint."