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AARP Bulletin, October, 2009|Comments: 0
Brooke Astor’s Son Guilty in Scheme to Defraud Her
The son of Brooke Astor, the legendary New York society matriarch, was convicted on Thursday of stealing from her as she suffered from Alzheimer’s disease in the twilight of her life. More >>
• Move to Protect Mrs. Astor May Cost an Inheritance
October 11, 2009
• At Astor Trial: Read, Sleep and Wait
October 2, 2009
• Jurors Ask to Rehear Testimony on Astor Estate in Maine
September 25, 2009
• Alternate Astor Juror Says He Favors the Prosecution
September 23, 2009
• After 19 Weeks, Astor Case Is About to Go to the Jury
September 21, 2009
• Prosecutor Says Astor’s Son Is ‘Depraved’
September 16, 2009
• Defense Finishes Closing in Astor Case
September 15, 2009
• Defense in Astor Case Focuses on Two Codicils
September 14, 2009
• Testimony in Astor Trial Ends With Show of Brevity
September 9, 2009
• Prosecution Finally Rests in the Brooke Astor Case
August 19, 2009
• Astor Trial Plods on, Trying the Patience of Many
August 18, 2009
• Did Brooke Astor Know What She Was Doing?
August 3, 2009
• Astor’s Lawyer Says Son Fretted Over Inheritance
May 29, 2009
• Focus on Astor’s Many Wills, and a Lawyer in the Middle
May 27, 2009
• In Video and Testimony, Brooke Astor’s Irreverent Side Emerges
May 19, 2009
• Ex-Secretary Says Astor Was Unsure
May 14, 2009
• Friends: Astor’s Dementia Pronounced Prior to Will Changes
May 7, 2009
• Former Met Museum Chief Tells of Mrs. Astor’s Charity
May 5, 2009
• Charges of Financial Fraud Dominate Beginning of Trial
April 29, 2009
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