Thursday, October 01, 2009
"As explained below, I find that abstention is not warranted, there is no genuine dispute that Wally was, and remains, stolen, and the Museum's laches defense and constitutional objections are without merit. The trier of fact must,
however, determine whether Dr. Leopold, and hence the Museum, knew Wally was stolen when shipped into this country."
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