Charges Dropped for former Getty Curator Marion True

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As the antiquities curator of the Getty Museum, Marion True was the first American museum official to face foreign charges of conspiring to traffic in looted art. One co-defendant, Giacomo Medici, was convicted on related charges. Another, Robert Hecht, is still on trial. But the trial of True has ended without a verdict. Jason Felch is a reporter for the LA Times and the co-author of the forthcoming book, Chasing Aphrodite, on the Getty scandal.




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