Thursday, September 1, 2011

Art Loss Register chairman speaks out on those who would try to benefit from stolen art

"Anyone, including lawyers, who thinks that they can obtain rewards for the return of stolen art without providing full information on who had them and why, should be prosecuted." — Julian Radcliffe, ALR Chairman, quoted in Antiques and the Arts Weekly, 2 September 2011. (my emphases)

You heard that right..."Anyone".