Marilyn wears a beige blouse and a wary expression. They have been divorced for four years (and separated since 1997), but they're united today to tell their son's story, hoping that now, after a self-imposed ban on answering questions from the media, they'll be understood in a way they haven't been before. "I'm proud of my son."Of the children produced by this couple whom a New York tabloid once called "California airheads unfit to raise lettuce," two out of three are growing up to be responsible adults.
And their other child, their second, the one who was pulled from a bloodied basement in Afghanistan, a soldier of the Taliban who was instructed at a bin Laden training camp, the one who scandalized a nation He turned out to be exceptional.every other month, Frank Lindh travels from San Francisco to Terre Haute, Indiana, to spend four hours with his son.
Their passionate love affair lasted seven years and at the time of Paul’s death they were living together in Los Angeles where Jasmine happily took on the role of step-mom to Paul’s daughter, Meadow, now 15, and, reportedly, the sole heir to her father’s estimated million estate.He has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in NY; The Phillips Collection in DC; The Tate Gallery, London; The Hayward Gallery in London; The Kunstverein, Hamburg; The Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia; and others.He has taught at the Royal College in London and at Yale University and since 1992, He has been teaching at Boston University’s Graduate Program in Painting and Sculpture.John Walker Lindh is currently serving a twenty-year prison sentence for violating an ecutive order, signed by President Clinton in 1999, prohibiting aid to the Taliban.He is an inmate of the Communications Management Unit, a wing of the Federal Corrections Institute where the government congregates inmates whose communications they want to monitor.Nightclub bouncer Jonathan Walker, 34, is believed to have shot Shantai Hale, 31, his seven-year-old daughter Kayla Walker, and Hale's mother Viola Warren, 62, in their heads at their Springfield Gardens, Queens home in the early hours of Saturday.