Obituaries Related to "Trujillo" from New York Times Archive
General Imbert, who had been a businessman became a national hero and for a short time, president, after he and a group of plotters disposed of Rafael L. Trujillo Molina.
Cardinal Alfonso López Trujillo, the Vatican's leading voice in defense of traditional family values and in opposition to abortion, contraception and same-sex marriage, died Saturday in Rome. He was 72.
Cardinal Alfonso López Trujillo, the Vatican's leading voice in defense of traditional family values and in opposition to abortion, contraception and gay marriage, died of cardiac arrest on Saturday in Rome, the Vatican said Sunday.
Cardinal Trujillo was the Vatican’s leading voice in defense of traditional family values and in opposition to abortion, contraception and gay marriage.
TRUJILLO-Jorge, 78, died Jan. 6, 2002 in Mount Kisco, NY. Beloved husband of Betty, and children Martha, Clara, Gloria, Juan and five loving grandchildren. CassidyFlynn FH, 914-666-4840.
Bishop Thomas F. Reilly, a Boston-born Roman Catholic prelate who defied the Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic, died on Tuesday in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. He was 83 years old and had lived at a residence for priests for more than a year. He died of cancer, his brother said in Washington.
Authoritative Govt sources rept CIA contributed 'material support' to group of Dominicans who assassinated Dominican dictator Gen Rafael Trujillo Molina; Repr James V Stanton notes this is one of 'successful assassination attempts'; says plot to assassinate Trujillo is felony but statute of limitations may have run out on charge, and conspiracy to commit act may have continued well after his death; Govt sources say Trujillo case is successful attempt mentioned recently by Sen Frank Church in his ...
Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Jr., 40, Son of Dictator, Dies in Madrid; Ex-Head of Dominican Army Was Sentenced in Absentia on Six Murder Charges
Gen R L Trujillo Jr dies in Madrid of auto accident injuries; biog; por
Killed when her car collides with one driven by R L Trujillo Jr
FEDERICO VELASQUEZ, DOMINICAN EXILE, DIES; Ex-Vice President and Cabinet Member of Republic Was Foe of Trujillo.
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