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Her death devastated Flaherty, who would never marry or have children. After the crash, he began guzzling two bottles of red wine a day. Legal troubles soon followed. That November, he was arrested for the first time, accused of carrying a concealed weapon. He avoided a conviction and found work at a local Volkswagen dealership.
But soon after, he was busted again, for selling cocaine in Pinecrest. Somehow, Flaherty still found a job sorting mail at a post office in But there were signs he was unraveling.
Marlin was visiting on vacation one evening a few years later when he placed an Uzi on the kitchen counter and pointed it at the door, giving her strict orders: "If that door opens and it's anybody but me, pull the trigger. Frightened, she asked her cousin what he meant. Don't ask me any more questions,'" Marlin recalls.
Flaherty's instincts weren't completely irrational, though. What Marlin didn't know was that Flaherty had been busted by the feds for selling silencers to an undercover ATF agent. The feds let him walk under one condition: He'd have to work as a confidential informant in a case against two crooked Green Berets.
The sting began just after midnight August 15,as Flaherty paced the room inside a dumpy motel in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Master Sgt. Keith Anderson, who served at nearby Fort Bragg, came to Flaherty's motel room and motioned for him to step outside.
The whole exchange was a trap. Seven weeks later in Vero Beach, federal agents busted Anderson with a Budget rental truck filled with 4, pounds of stolen explosives and ammunition.
The case made national news and ended with Anderson and his codefendant, Byron Carlisle, sentenced to year prison terms in Flaherty was a natural at undercover work, but the gig clearly worsened his struggles to readjust to civilian life. Although he hid it well, Marlin noticed a difference. In DecemberFlaherty began to believe people were following him, people he claimed had tried to kill him more than twice.
They tried to murder me because I was able to make a lot of money for some people. By the next year, Flaherty stopped showing up at work. He later told a psychiatrist why: "I needed to get out of town because someone was after me," he insisted. Whether Flaherty's paranoia had grown untenable or his gunrunning contacts really were after him, by the end ofFlaherty was homeless.
He set up camp beneath a palm tree on the side of Aventura Boulevard. By all appearances, the former war hero became just another transient. He slept outdoors, bathed in public restrooms, and became a regular at Publix.
His life looked simple, if sad. For decades, Flaherty kept to himself. Although it probably would have gotten him better treatment, he never told cops, store owners, or movie theater employees that he was a decorated vet.
He spoke occasionally with his cousin Marlin but grew estranged from his older brother. He had no close friends in Aventura. And then, in the spring ofFlaherty abruptly opened up to Yuzuk. For several weeks, the pair met almost daily as Yuzuk pushed him to recount his history chronologically, in the same methodical way he'd done in countless police investigations.
Flaherty let the cop in on another secret: the unit he kept at Aventura Xtra Storage. Flaherty began unlocking it nearly every day, rummaging around for paperwork and old photos to show the Aventura cop. Still, Flaherty's openness had limits. When Yuzuk asked about the undercover ATF case, he froze. But Yuzuk couldn't help but dig deeper. On May 8,he cold-called Fred Gleffe, the Body - Tourist Kid - A Circulation (Cassette) agent who had organized the sting.
Just after midnight May 9,year-old Leslie Socolov was heading home to the story building that towers over the spot where Flaherty slept each night. The year stenographer with the Miami-Dade Police Department was just a block from her condo when her car hit something.
She didn't stop. The next morning, Socolov passed a yellow tarp in the intersection, covering what looked like a body.
At work, she plugged the street names into Google and learned that a Vietnam veteran named Richard Flaherty had been killed in a hit-and-run. A few hours later, she turned herself in to Aventura Police. The news devastated Yuzuk. His friend was gone. And his documentary was up in the air. The cop would have to fill in the blanks of Flaherty's life story on his own — and he soon realized he had greatly underestimated the number of head-spinning questions he would confront about what Flaherty had been up to all those years on the streets of Aventura.
The first mystery presented itself almost immediately. Specifically, he wanted a space next to a woman named Lisa Anness Davis. Flaherty's family was perplexed — they'd never heard of Davis or the tiny town of Milton. Yuzuk found one hint in a letter Flaherty had written Davis' sister in Yuzuk tracked down Davis' sister, but she didn't know about the relationship either.
After hanging up, Yuzuk called the man listed in Davis' obituary as her "loving companion of 15 years," but he insisted she had never mentioned Flaherty. In the end, Flaherty's burial wishes were just another dead end. Although his family wanted him to go to Arlington National Cemetery, they respected his final request. On June 10,he was buried with military rites in West Virginia. Flaherty was finally at rest, but Yuzuk refused to let his story die with him.
The officer had always known Flaherty wasn't like other homeless people, but as he Body - Tourist Kid - A Circulation (Cassette) down more leads, he realized Flaherty's peculiarities didn't end with his refusal to panhandle or to stay at a shelter.
For starters, Flaherty didn't die penniless. Bank statements also revealed he had thousands of dollars in stocks and bonds. And after his death, Marlin was stunned to learn her cousin had left her a sum of money equaling a modest annual salary. The strangest clue of all, though, was sitting in the back of Flaherty's musty storage unit. Yuzuk stared in shock at the newly discovered passport, which was stamped with recent trips around the globe. Then he found a business card for a travel agent at a local agency.
After speaking with the woman and cross-referencing old airline itineraries, hotel reservations, and passport stamps, Yuzuk was able to make a rough timeline of Flaherty's travels. The purpose of the trips wasn't apparent, but it was clear he wasn't jetting to tourist hot spots.
InFlaherty bought a ticket to Amman, Jordan, a staging area to enter Iraq. But Flaherty's travel agent told Yuzuk that Flaherty never used the ticket. Other documents showed Flaherty made a three-week trip to Caracas in October — a date Yuzuk later discovered was just a few months after Venezuela banned gun sales. Flaherty's longest trip was a four-month excursion in the summer ofwhen he flew from Jordan to Thailand to Singapore to Cambodia.
On the way back to Florida, he stopped by Marlin's home for a few days, taking her son out for beers and laughing about how he'd been robbed by a Thai hooker. But he offered only vague hints about the nature of his trip.
Marlin can understand why it seems bizarre that Flaherty flew to exotic locales and returned to Florida to sleep on a patch of mulch outside. But she says it didn't seem out of character for her cousin.
But other clues unearthed by Yuzuk suggest Flaherty's travels were more than just the strange hobby of an eccentric man. After all, he'd been gunrunning and buying black-market explosives for the feds.
He had elite military training. And as an unassuming homeless guy, he was used to hiding in plain sight. He had nothing to lose. The more Yuzuk poked around, the greater his suspicions grew. After Yuzuk announced plans for the documentary, another officer told him about a strange encounter he'd had with Flaherty a few years earlier. Yuzuk decided he couldn't rule out any possibility, though. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Kmart Australia shopper issues warning over air fryers after making a shocking discovery e-mail Comments 25 Share what you think.
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