The Associated Press
Friday, August 21, 2009; 2:10 PM
BELFAST, Maine -- A woman who alleged that Cuban officials caused the wrongful death of her father while on a [C.I.A.] covert mission in 1963 has won a $21 million default judgment against the island nation, but her prospects of collecting may be a long shot.
Sherry Sullivan, of Stockton Springs, is the daughter of Geoffrey Sullivan, a former member of the U.S. Air Force and Army National Guard who later became a certified commercial pilot. She believes he was shot down over Cuba, imprisoned and probably executed by the Cuban government.
JG: Capitalists put a dollar sign on everyting and do not know the value of anything!