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Ex-state archivist gets prison for stealing artifacts

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An archivist convicted of selling stolen state artifacts like an original Currier & Ives lithograph on eBay has been sentenced to two to six years in prison, paid $129,500 in restitution and handed over his personal collection to the state. “I apologize to the people of the state of New York, especially to my colleagues, whose public trust I violated,” Daniel Lorello said Thursday. He apologized to his family and said he realized the extent ...


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