120. Justice for Lita McClinton Sullivan: Part One

In this arc of our Done and Dunne investigation, we are returning to a few threads we have pulled in previous episodes, picking up a little bit of Palm Beach attached to an Atlanta true crime. These next episodes will investigate the 1987 murder of Lita McClinton Sullivan, and the long quest for justice her case takes. Included in this introduction, our main players – James Sullivan and his second wife Lita, her parents and friends too. This slice will take us to the couple moving to Palm Beach in 1983, acquiring the home that Jim Sullivan thinks will take him to the top of high society.

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Lita McClinton, Socialite born (aaregistry.org)

Rocky Marriage Ends in Murder | The Real Murders of Atlanta Highlights | Oxygen (YouTube link)

Triggerman in socialite Lita Sullivan’s murder released from prison (ajc.com)

Vanished Fortunes | Vanity Fair | September 2002 (archive.vanityfair.com)

Landmarks Discovered: 930 S Ocean Blvd (YouTube link)

The Murder of Lita McClinton | Crime Documentaries (YouTube link)

Maurice Fatio – Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org)

THE RISE AND FALL OF JAMES VINCENT SULLIVAN – Sun Sentinel (sun-sentinel.com)

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