He helped track down some of our nation's worst terrorists, racists and serial killers. Now, his name will live on at his Prairie View A&M University alma mater.
At a ceremony Friday morning, the university honored former FBI agent and Prairie View A&M alum Don K. Clark by naming a building after him. Clark's name will now adorn the facility that houses the College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology and Juvenile Crime Prevention Center.
During his tenure with the FBI, Clark headed up several high-profile investigations including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, Jasper dragging death and Texas railcar serial killer.
Clark now appears frequently as an analyst on CNN, FOX News and MSNBC.
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