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LOS ANGELES – The US Federal Bureau of Investigation said Friday it has found a Norman Rockwell painting, "Russian Schoolroom," which was stolen in 1973, in the home of film director Steven Spielberg.
The painting was stolen from a Norman Rockwell exhibit in Clayton, Missouri, and did not surface until 1988, when it was sold at auction in New Orleans, Louisiana, the FBI said.
Originally posted by thedigirati
Most state and federal laws come under this umbrella, whether he knew or not he can still be prosecuted ( but then again he who owns the gold makes the rules too ) If it was you or I that bought a Stolen TV from a Pawn shop we'd be stuck in the hoosegow in a heart beat. At the very Least he "should" be out the monies he paid for it and it should be returned to the rightful owner.