Milius has sent a lot of messages to the American public,
including ones about FBI Agents, police, and American justice.
He directed the films Dillinger and The Wind
and the Lion. He wrote the screenplays of Clear and
Present Danger and Apocalypse Now. And he was
the one who penned Clint Eastwood's classic lines as policeman
Dirty Harry: "Well do you feel lucky...well do ya, punk?"
though, he is sending a different kind of message, and he
hopes the public will be just as riveted by it.
2nd, following an investigation by the FBI, Mr. Milius' accountant
and business manager was arrested and charged with two counts
of securities fraud in relation to his embezzlement of some
$3 million from Mr. Milius. This trusted professional, who
worked for Mr. Milius over a 15-year period, is charged with
fraudulent billing practices, fabricating purchases of collectible
firearms by Mr. Milius ...and with liquidating securities
from a trust account set up for Mr. Milius' children in order
to hide his thefts and continue his schemes.
message does Mr. Milius want to send today? Be cautious with
your finances. Don't blindly trust people who have access
to your accounts and assist with your finances.
it comes to people with a lack of scruples, it's just like
gangster John Dillinger said in Mr. Milius' 1973 film Dillinger:
"My buddies wanted to be firemen, farmers, or policemen,
something like that. Not me. I just wanted to steal other