Theives Take a Page Out of Rare Books

Posted on April 16, 2009


images10I recently wrote a feature article titled “Thieves Take a Page Out of Rare Books and Manuscripts” for the Spring 2009 edition of the Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter. The article focuses on book thieves who, rather than stealing whole books, cut pages from books right in the libraries. You’d be surprised at the relatively easy sentences imposed in light of the value of the goods stolen. So, it’s got crime, intrigue, and women. Ok, not really the women, but crime and intrigue are covered.

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