A Record from Mary's Database

Record:
WILKINS, JERRY LYNN
Sources:

Dallas Times Herald, Mon, 1/24/72, p. A-23; Dallas Morning News, Tues, 1/25/72; Dallas Morning News, Wed, 1/26/72, p. 22-A; Dallas Morning News, Wed, April 12, 1972, 15-A; Dallas Times Herald, Tues, 6/20/72, p. B-3; Dallas Times Herald, 6/21/72, p. 12-A; Dallas Times Herald, 6/22/72, p. 28-A; Dallas Times Herald, 6/23/72, p. 22-A; Dallas Morning News, 11/30/95, p. 38-A; Dallas Morning News, 12/9/95, p. 33-A

Mary's
Comments:

DOB: 1937. Attorney with Wilkins & Floyd. Wife: Beth. In 1963, Rm 103, 3603 Lemmon Ave., was address of National Business & Secretary Service, used by Jack Ruby. His mother was Grace Wilkins. In 1972, Jerry Wilkins, at age 35, was indicted for swindling. An attorney in United States Attorney's Office told Earl Golz that Jerry Wilkins was a CIA pilot who flew cargo at night. Went to trial on 11/29/95 on federal charges with 5 other men charged with conspiracy and mail fraud related to nationwide distribution of more then $61 million in worthless money orders. On TV, Wilkins was described as a Waxahachie lawyer. Other 5 were: Franklin Rollin "Johnny" Johnston, Waxahachie developer; Lavoyd Wayne Dollar, former Waxahachie minister; Steven P. Moser, Pennsylvania farmer; Thomas D. Gandy, Kansas cafe operator; and Billy Mack O'Neill of Victoria in South Texas. 1995: Wife: Valerie Nuanez Wilkins. Valerie took a gun into the courtroom where Jerry was on trial on Friday, Dec. 8, 1995. She was arrested but, apparently, not jailed.

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