1925 – Samuel Dash was born in Camden on the 27th of February, to Joseph and Ida Dash, immigrants from the Soviet Union.
1973-1974 – Served as chief counsel for the Senate Watergate Committee during the Watergate scandal.
He became famous for his televised interrogations during the Congressional hearings on Watergate.
Dash was a law professor at Georgetown University where he taught criminal procedure.
He published The Intruders: Unreasonable Searches and Seizures from King John-to-John Ashcroft.
2004 – Dash died on the 29th of May in Washington, D.C. of congestive heart failure, aged 79.