Sixty-four-year-old Barry Landau said nothing as he left court sentenced to seven years in prison for his role in the theft of more than 4,000 rare historical documents written by Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, Karl Marx and Franklin D. Roosevelt, among others.
“Mr. Landau was masquerading as a presidential historian when in reality he was a con artist who had gained people’s trust and then steal their property,” U.S. attorney Rod Rosenstein said.
You can read more in an article from WJZ television at http://goo.gl/0nduQ.
For background information about the events leading up to Mr. Landau's arrest and conviction, you can read my earlier articles by starting at http://goo.gl/2b5BC.
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