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United States v. Dewey Lane Moore
United States. v. Dewey Lane Moore, No. 01-6001-CR-Dimitrouleas (S.D. Fla. 2001).
In a case involving one of the largest groups of fakes ever blocked from auction, Dewey Lane Moore, the consignor, eventually pleaded guilty to mail fraud and the fake works were retained by the FBI . . .
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