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  1. Winston S. Churchill: Birth: ABT 1940. Death: 2 MAR 2010


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1. Title:   Churchill, A Biography
Author:   Jenkins, Roy
Publication:   Farrar, Straus, & Giroux / Macmillan, Publisher
2. Title:   Our American in Paris
Author:   by Robt. M. Shrum
Publication:   in George (pub. JFK,Jr.)

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a. Note:   She allowed BCCI scandal-tainted cotrustee Clark Clifford, alongwith his advisors Paul C. Warnke & William Rich III, to investmuch of Harriman family trust in one single investment scheme,Season's Resort, promoted by Robert Brennan & Eugene Mulvihill,despite their already shakey reputation. The resort ownedprimarily by B&M via shares in Great American Recreation,apparently had its own unsound financial situation, per itspublished 10-K. Gt. American Recreation also received desperately needed loansfrom BCCI controlled 1st American Bank about the time ofHarrriman "investments." Mulvihill, a felon who had admittedcreating a bogus insurance company, and Brennan both sold out oftheir shares of Great American Recreation at a profit. 1stAmerican Bank's loans were paid off after Gt. Am. Rec. sold offassests, Season Resorts' 27 hole golf-course. Mulvihill'sdaughter continued on as Gt. Am.Rec's C.E.O., traditionally asalaried position. William Rich III claimed to have oncethreatened suit on Harriman's behalf but it was then agreed toinstead accept mediation --with Robert Brennan as the mediator!(Apparently mediation let Mulvihill & Brennan off the hook.--AGPnote)In Sept 1994 Averell Harriman's children & descendants by aprevious marriage sued Pamela Harriman, Clifford, Warnke, andRich charging they squandered nearly $30 million, most of theHarriman Trust, on bad investments.Share prices on Great American Resorts at one time more than $13had fallen to around 12.5 cents by 1995 and depending onoutcomes of injury compensation lawsuits filed by resort gueststhe company was in jeopardy of total bankruptcy. Schifrin notesit was at an earlier party in Pamela's lavish home thatClifford, ironically, called President Reagan an "amiabledunce." --from an article in Forbes


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