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Turf war may have ruined Gardner heist lead

Ex-agent says FBI was on right trail

By Stephen Kurkjian
Globe Correspondent / April 4, 2010

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The FBI was on the trail of recovering the principal masterpieces stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum from a criminal gang in Corsica two years ago only to have its efforts dashed, in part because of bureaucratic infighting among federal agents and supervisors. (Full article: 1194 words)

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