Ricardo St. Hilaire, Affiliate Faculty and Cultural Heritage lawyer, gave a talk on “US v. Shultz,”

April 2nd, 2014 by Nikki-Ann
  • Ricardo St. Hilaire, Affiliate Faculty and Cultural Heritage lawyer, gave a talk on “US v. Shultz,” involving the criminal case of Tutankhamun’s grandfather, the fake “Thomas Alcock” collection, an Egyptian tomb ravaged by chainsaws, a criminal defendant who tried to escape prosecution by ingesting hemlock, the cover-up using teabags and liquid plastic, and prison time for the former head of the National Association of Dealers in Ancient, Oriental, and Primitive Art.- — Wednesday, April 2, 12-1p in Rounds 304A.  Bring your lunch.