Dominican Republic: Where the Money Went


For a family of political castaways, the Trujillos manage quite well for themselves. Rhadames Trujillo, 20. youngest son of the Dominican Republic's late unlamented dictator, spends his time in Madrid hanging around nightclubs and cracking up fancy sports cars. His older brother Ramfis, 33. who ruled the country for six months after his father's assassination, is a more serious type, with an ulcer. His major occupation these days is managing the loot the Trujillos carried with them when they took it on the lam from their tiny Caribbean fief.

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