Diving Into the World of Art Crime
Last year, Congress overhauled the Anti-Money Laundering Whistleblower Program, expanding its reach and offering more whistleblower protections. So on today’s episode of Fraud in America, we’re diving into money-laundering schemes — and we’re starting with a big one: Art crimes.
Chris Marinello runs Art Recovery International and over the years has recovered over half a billion in stolen art and artifacts. He sits down to discuss how the art crime world operates, how the art is recovered, and what whistleblowers can do to help.
You can learn more about Chris at artrecovery.com.
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