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Ex-lawyer found guilty in stolen art trial

Had discovered paintings in 1980

Robert Mardirosian will appeal. Robert Mardirosian will appeal.
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / August 19, 2008

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A former Watertown lawyer was convicted yesterday of possessing six Impressionist paintings that he knew were stolen in what is believed to be the largest private art theft in Massachusetts history. (Full article: 737 words)

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