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A Last Farewell?

Or much more probably an inspection to verify that other sticky fingers have not been at the loot since its seizure. This is, of course, the extraordinary scene where, by judicial permission, an as charged mega criminal was allowed to inspect the exhibits in one of their forthcoming trials.

With what object in mind? To ensure that other criminals had not had  their sticky fingers in his loot? Or a last look at stolen treasures?

Whatever this must be first time in the history of honest policing that the accused has been given a free run of the exhibits room. Which speaks volumes about the PN Attorney General past whom this “inspection request”  must have gone.

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