French Man Pleads Guilty in Art Heist

A French citizen pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell four valuable paintings stolen from a Nice, France, art museum last year in a high-profile heist that led investigators from Europe to Florida and back again. Bernard Jean Ternus— who faces a maximum federal prison sentence of up to 15 years for the crime and a related charge of visa fraud -- admitted that he and his co-conspirators tried to sell the stolen paintings to undercover agents from the FBI and the French National Police. "The...Full Story
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