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Thank you for the post. Interesting documents. LBF, during a personal interview,  acknowledged that he sponsored the last flight of my father, Geoffrey Sullivan and Rorke. He said he left the country while their mission was to be carried out. Upon his return he was surprised to learn that my dad flew a rented twin engine instead of the military airplane he provided.  Gentzkow was also personally interviewed. He dated Shermane Billingsley,  sister in law to Rorke. Doug also reported Rorke to the CIA after finding some of Rorke's documents. Rigaud is the person who I believe funded Rorke and Sullivan in August 1963. The two men were in Puerto Rico awaiting the funds. Sherry

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Bart,

Thank you for making all these docs from Mr. Blunt available to all of us.

For lengthy files such as this one, it would be even more helpful if they were text searchable.  If you have Adobe Acrobat Pro, I’m told, you can make the docs searchable with just a couple of menu choices.  It’s amazing how good the OCR searches can be.  Even fuzzy typewriter images are often quite searchable.

At any rate, thanks again!

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On 10/23/2009 at 4:25 PM, Sherry Sullivan said:

This is Sherry Sullivan, daughter to Geoffrey Sullivan who disappeared with Alexander Rorke in 1963. My father and Alex had a secret meeting by driving from Waterbury Connecticut to somewhere along the coast, perhaps New Haven area. This occurred in the summer of 1963. They first drove to a mansion with guarded gates, went inside, then were escorted onto a boat for a secret meeting at sea. I've done some researching on who may have owned this type of property at that time. It must have been someone high up in the ranks. Any thoughts on this subject would be appreciated. My new email is sassully@roadrunner.com

I always think of William F. Buckley when I come across this thread, and your post.

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