| Ross Perot |
|Born||Henry Ross Perot|
Texarkana, Texas, U.S.
|Died||9 July 2019 (Age 89)|
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
|Alma mater||Texarkana College, United States Naval Academy|
|Children|| • Ross|
• Nancy Suzanne
• Carolyn Katherine
In 1962, Perot founded Electronic Data Systems, a company he sold twenty years later for $2.4 billion.
Intimidation by George H. W. Bush
Chip Tatum has alleged that George H. W. Bush instructed him to "neutralize" Ross Perot before the 1992 US election. He refused to do it and wrote a letter to Ross Perot. Ross withdrew from the election.
In 1993, Harry Miller, a Vietnam War veteran, sued Ross Perot, together with Bill Clinton, Larry Silverstein, Richard Nixon and Colin Powell, alleging that they had perpetrated acts including serial murder for 25 years, since the war in Vietnam, as part of a conspiracy to distribute heroin. In January 1994, a New York court threw out the suit; an appeal by Miller was later rejected. The suit was not reported by the commercially-controlled media at the time.