Were Boston mobsters involved in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist?

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 Were Boston mobsters involved in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist?

Join Boston Globe investigative reporter Stephen Kurkjian as he explores

this theory in his new book.

TUESDAY

MAY 19, 2015

7 P.M.

Ms. Masterson and the Flint Memorial Library invite any NRHS students and North Reading residents to an awesome program planned for next Tuesday night — Pulitzer-Prize-winning reporter Stephen Kurkjian is going to discuss the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist, and how he believes that the 13 pieces of art were stolen by New England area mobsters. Less than a month ago, one reputed mobster was indicted on other charges and the heist came up in court! So this theory is being bandied about even more so now than ever.

Register at the link is below.

flintmemoriallibrary.org 

or call: 978-664-4942

Bonus event for 15 in ’15 – Receive 5 raffle tickets for attending!

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One Response to Were Boston mobsters involved in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist?

  1. Claudia Brown says:

    Thank you, Andy! I just visited the ISG museum!

    Claudia

    *Claudia T. Brown* Curriculum Coordinator, PE/Health and Wellness North Reading Public Schools Sherman Road North Reading, MA 01864 cbrown@north-reading.k12.ma.us 978-664-7800 ext. 5446

    *”We gain strength, courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face… we must do that which we think we cannot.”* *Eleanor Roosevelt*

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