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The Deadly Sins of Aristotle Onassis is the first book to document how the arrogance and greed of one of the richest men in the world had deadly consequences for both his children and himself. Included in this definitive biography are documents Ari ordered hidden from public view showing he played a crucial role in the 1973 plane crash that killed his 24-year-old son Alexander. Also revealed is how the American pilot Ari blamed for the crash triumphs over Onassis with his devout Christian faith.
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In this definitive biography, Speiser also reveals how the rich, powerful and cunning Ari tried to cheat his famous wife Jackie Kennedy Onassis out of her legal portion of his estate; his torrid affair with opera diva Maria Callas in front of Jackie; how Ari devised numerous frauds to cheat the U.S. government out of millions in taxes; Ari's purchase of Monte Carlo and creating the "jet set"; and finally how Ari's all-consuming greed and quest for power ruined the lives of his children and ultimately destroyed him. In addition, this is the first book to analyze and challenge Peter Evans' claim in "Nemesis" that Onassis paid for the murder of Bobby Kennedy. "The Deadly Sins of Aristotle Onassis" is a fascinating celebrity morality tale and legal thriller.About the Author:
Stuart Speiser is an internationally renowned aviation attorney who devoted his law practice to helping lesser known plaintiffs triumph over corporate and high profile defendants.
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