Italian Police Seize Masterpieces Worth $150M
According to CBC News,
Tax police in Italy have seized a secret stash of masterpieces, said to be worth $150 million, from the founder of the collapsed dairy conglomerate Parmalat. Among the 19 works unearthed were pieces by the likes of Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh and Modigliani. Tanzi was convicted of market-rigging in 2008 in wake of the 2003 collapse of Parmalat.