St. John struck a discordant figure: long slicked-back raven hair and small oval sunglasses. The 49-year-old described his father as "an American James Bond" with "a taste for fine wine, fine cigars, and international intrigue."
Hunt's youngest son, a 27-year-old naval officer named David, stepped up to the pulpit in a double-breasted jacket and extolled his dad's ability to "effect wide-scale changes through a cloak of covert strategic activity."
When I began asking questions in the lobby following the hour-long ceremony, a miffed funeral director instructed a Miami Shores cop to usher me out to the parking lot.
"We were expecting a lot more trouble," Hunt's good friend Sid Reese said as he climbed into his Chevy pickup. "A lot of people in South America didn't like him, and a lot of people in Cuba didn't like him." Calvin Godfrey
Ript from the Blogs Don't Have Mercy
Grove residents the ones who are not in the Related Group's pocket want the development [of condos on Mercy Hospital property] stopped. Jorge Perez, the developer, says the huge project will not affect anyone. He says no one can see it from South Bayshore Drive. Know what? I live next door and will see it every single day. Except I will be moving from the Grove for good if this is allowed. Taken from: Coconut Grove Grapevine ( coconutgrovegrapevine.blogspot.com)