Taking Mr Exxon

April 29, 1992.

Taking Mr  Exxon

Author: Philip Jett

Publisher: Chronos Books

ISBN: 9781789045734

Page: 328

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April 29, 1992. Exxon International president, Sidney J. Reso, is abducted as he leaves for the office. No one sees or hears anything. So launches the largest FBI kidnapping investigation since Patty Hearst.

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