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Charles N. Steele

I'm familiar with similar cases. I even know of one where a famous artist drew sketches for people at a table, everyone passed them around for comment, and eventually tossed them in the trash. Once a friend and I were sitting in a bar talking and suddenly an artist handed us a sketch of us he'd done. We didn't know but it turns out his work sells fairly well.

With zero evidence of theft, burden of proof was on the Picasso descendants to prove wrongdoing, and they couldn't, apparently. Sounds as if the court was on their side b/c they are rich and well-connected, rather than a "mere" blue collar electrician. Rich persons' leftism strikes again!

John Pepple

That was my impression, too.

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