Del Quentin Wilber
Del Quentin Wilber is an American journalist who writes for The Washington Post. He joined the paper in 2004. He covers federal courts and has written extensively about Guantanamo Bay, former Sen. Ted Stevens, the D.C. government, and Iraq war contractor Blackwater Worldwide.
Before joining the Post, Wilber was a crime reporter for The Baltimore Sun, where his reporting on wrongdoing by Baltimore Police Chief Ed Norris led to Norris' 2003 conviction on federal charges and his six month incarceration. Wilber's work uncovering the scandal earned him the 2004 Al Nakkula Award for excellence in police reporting.
Wilber is the author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan (March 15, 2011, Henry Holt).
Wilber is the grandson of former professional baseball player Del Wilber.
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