Religion: probably indeterminate
Name: Wilmer Boggs
Number of Appearances: 1
Note: told Doom Patrol they were threat; evicted them from city
Wilmer Boggs, the Washington D.C. politician who evicted the Doom Patrol from the United States, is named after and partially based on real-life historical figure Lilburn Williams Boggs, the Missouri governor who drove Latter-day Saint ("Mormons") out of their settlements in Midwestern states.
Governor Boggs issued the infamous "Extermination Order," the only time in U.S. history that a law was passed allowing for the genocide of a group of the nation's own citizens. In Doom Patrol #121, the last issue of the first volume of Doom Patrol comics, the Doom Patrol team is in some ways likened to the early Latter-day Saint settlers of the 1800s, who similarly left their country rather than stay and defy the government.