Imelda Marcos’s Ex-Secretary Found Guilty of Selling Stolen Art

The former secretary of Imelda Marcos was found guilty of attempting to sell stolen art for her personal enrichment, including a Claude Monet “Water Lily” painting for $32 million, according to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance.

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