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An accomplice – his girlfriend – would distract security guards while Breitwieser would simply lift the artwork off the walls and stash them under his coat. Breitwieser’s Crime & Punishment FIVE WAYS TO FALL FOWL OF THE LAW As times change, so too do the laws. Today we may find it reasonable to deem certain offences ‘criminal’ that were once practised freely and sanctioned by authorities. So too can we look back in time and laugh at nonsensical laws that were once strictly enforced for the good of society.
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