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Letters: Nov. 22, 1982

De Lorean's Fall To the Editors: The John De Lorean story [Nov. 1] has a haunting quality that goes beyond the personal tragedy. He may be typical of the best,...

Law: Are Bad Guys Good Witnesses?

De Lorean's acquittal renews doubts about criminals as accusers During the Los Angeles trial that ended with John De Lorean's acquittal on charges of drug...

Aviation: More Bad News for Belfast

The British government is learning to beware of Americans bearing jobs. First, John De Lorean's sports-car venture went bankrupt in 1982, taking with it 2,600...

Essay: The Man Who Wrecked the Car

Why have the adventures of John Z. De Lorean attracted so much notice? Recklessness? Yes, recklessness is always fascinating, especially when the reckless...

People: Dec. 29, 1986

Call it Lawstyles of the Rich and Famous. Former Auto Magnate John De Lorean, Singer Wayne Newton and New York Mets Pitcher Dwight Gooden all had ; dates with...

The Stingers Get Stung

A jury acquits De Lorean, criticizing his prosecutors instead The plot was as convoluted as any on Dynasty. The tanned, silver-haired protagonist might have just...

Trials: The Fat Man's Song

In the old joke, the opera is not over until the fat lady sings. In the trial of John De Lorean for conspiracy to distribute co caine, one courtroom observer...

A Life in the Fast Lane

John Zachary De Lorean said not long ago that he is a devout Roman Catholic who, when in New York City, goes every day to St. Patrick's Cathedral. He said...

The California Connection

As a joke, it drew great guffaws. "The biggest moneymaker in Hollywood last year was Colombia," quipped Johnny Carson during the 1981 Oscar awards ceremony...

Law Enforcement: Stinging the Sex Rings

Prostitution, besides being illegal and immoral, is expensive. To cut the aftertax cost of illicit sex in Chicago's suburbs, a firm called National Credit...

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