GUEST EDITORIAL FOLLOW-UP. Three months ago, AVweb ran a guest editorial about the seizure by the U.S. Treasury Department of Beech Bonanza N7710R after its owner, Dr. Millard Harmon, declared an emergency and landed the oil-covered aircraft in Havana, Cuba. Since then, hundreds of readers have asked for an update on Ten Romeo. Ron Kensey reports that thereís good news and bad news: the U.S. Attorney has dropped three of the four federal charges against Dr. Harmon, but the fourth charge still stands, and Harmon is still without his beloved Ten Romeo some nine months after it was confiscated. Ronís update includes suggestions about how you can help.
By Ron Kensey
, President, Kennon Aircraft Covers | January 2, 1998