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document is seen here. its rightful owner is a name. and yet palmer refused to give up and finally discovered another lead to finding the true owners. over the years the work appeared in a number of catalogues. and every time alongside the name of one of the most prestigious galleries in the world the helena maud gallery in new york run by the daughter of the family patriarch we ran into at art basel. james palmer decided to write to our. american mess one is the melting pot and the second is the radio alger myth of of the bootstrapping of anyone can succeed in america the works are so this is a whole group of people all generation in america is saying that there is no melting pot we're not being assimilated there's no opportunities we can't live up
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so their response essentially is to go into conflict and this is a major conflict. well you know the hard thing we've kind of adopted because we were called part of the so long. i've been there in this small ball and if you don't harp on here and you stand. up and. the little self to be told fish already ninety percent of the dot and it won't connor. fifteen scoops seventy five tons try to do it several times a day with a big screen oh you get an idea for an ocean. we have to understand we can no space to just. we with them this will be used
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field boys and girls. i'm doing this because i want the from the future world to the future can generations to have out and enjoy the ocean we have. what politicians do such as we can. put themselves on the line. they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injured or somehow want to be brits. that's a good way to be for us this is what the full spectrum of the morning can be good that i'm interested always in the waters about how this. first signal. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might
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have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way to good catching. it's only when i'm themself a much larger mission was once there and that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes that we have. for a world cup twenty eighteen coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way it's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure come out you have to go i mean eighty percent of the football we do and we will go all the great the great if you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down the way let's
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go. along and doesn't want to you know and i'm really happy to join the fall of two thousand and three in the world cup in russia meet the special one come on top of. me to just read the review theology team's latest edition to make up a bigger than anybody jersey look. well the lawyers for our client contacted. the hellyeah maggie gallagher in helping them out of new york. and they were ignored. which is not right it's not proper so i think after about
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a month or so they wrote him again and again they were ignored and eventually there was a response and the response was essentially you are suing the wrong people you should be suing the international art center and we have nothing to do with that. james palmer was not taken in by her response. he filed a lawsuit against the health gallery in new york. but once again the lawyers denied the family were the owners of the painting. here is their statement to the court in new york. international art center and nobody else at the helm gallery nor david not maad that bought the painting at an auction held at christie's. thing stopped dead there until two thousand and fifteen and the leaking of the panama papers extraordinary. a document
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published by the journalists revealed that behind the panamanian company international art center was the renowned art dealer david. so he was a shareholder of the company that owns the painting despite his constant denials. the detective had scored a point. and now he just had to find out where he's seated man was in storage he had a bright idea maybe it was in the geneva freeport where the number of family kept the major part of its collection. was judiciary issued a search warrant for the storerooms in april two thousand and sixteen and discovered the holy grail the much sought after painting. it's hard to say if it was hidden or not but it was kept very discreetly in the freeport. where there are the nomad family are estimated to have a boat three to four billion dollars worth of art or about four and
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a half thousand works of art in their little room in a freeport. painting claimed to have been looted was well and truly in the storeroom in the freeport a revelation that caused an uproar. the heirs of the antique dealer stettner have now filed a claim for the restitution of the painting we contacted the no months after several attempts they finally agreed to open up their store room at the geneva freeport and to show us the painting in an exhibition room. we would never meet the art dealers themselves but they did accord us an exclusive uing of the painting a very solemn moment. the work was handled with great precaution it is estimated at about twenty million dollars today. the families with smaller would tell
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us their version of the story. is about their money. makers that i laugh i mean i'm at. an act. international and. they all the economy going. i mean a mad. game. to clear his clients even further blow or even raises doubts that the painting ever belonged to the jewish antiques dealer staton or. i don't think it possible. to perceive it. is extinct. what. the.
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best and then you said the most i mean by. this. we had only a few minutes to film the painting. but as the handlers turned the work around we happened to film something on the back that we only noticed later this label from the one nine hundred thirty venice biennale. the owner's name had been crudely erased. and it looks like that of staten or. a clue to which the detective never had access and which could be crucial for the next stage of his investigation. the canadian detective is convinced the geneva freeport could be housing other
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works of dubious origin. well i think there's a high probability that many other paintings in the freeport were probably looted and probably rest there today that have not seen the light of day for many decades and i believe they're there and i think that it would be very interesting if the public were made aware or at least the art industry were made aware of what those paintings are so so that you know if the prosecutor's office is what's going for example were to provide us with information on all those paintings we could pretty quickly tell them which ones are store pretty quickly. for the swiss art dealers lawyer there's no point in dreaming no one will know for years what's really stored in the freeport. best. of me is the shuttles i am not happy. he saw before. they will save us you know that means.
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so. our french customs investigator is of the same opinion even if he is on the other side of the fence. leap off point i'm also legion if you could bob your company know that i don't feel says we should be more in a mode to be on a softer you before. engine is aside the so often more before i can. get hold of some ruby do it don't. give us the whole supper related for the actual saturn diskette because in the discussion. in geneva the model jani case hit the headlines. the freeport authorities quickly became concerned about bad publicity. so in june two thousand and sixteen they called an
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emergency press conference. all representatives of the main swiss media as were invited. in the good of your. family i started. on the floor with the president of the geneva freeport and his general secretary. both men seemed self-conscious rejecting all responsibility regarding the supposed owner of the painting david no man. made she said it. more exact. a little. more than visuals router. to this little girl over and over and over this love for you to see this guy who has a vivid. yes is. also got all slew of also
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where that those days are not there is they were that all. of us also. read up with it the this is us is restored. if it's the most yahoo. they all took was a also the more the this is the more as far as jr soldiers go the distance to the stock. but what other secrets are really hidden in the report. in switzerland some official authorities have become extremely concerned we managed to obtain this report from the swiss federal audit office. it unequivocally denounces the opaqueness of the geneva freeport. irregularities regarding inventories and absence of traceability of merchandise. errors in stock accountancy and recurrent problems which occur during controls.
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our french customs officer includes laxity on the part of the swiss administrators that oversee business conducted in the freeport. zero point six. it is a nice house from purview. just took is risky saw the guns are in your memo called. lonely but you don't remember the. need mom was just saucy don't say but don't let me complete. leboeuf why. they don't play for money to. make.
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in response to widespread criticism the recently appointed president of the geneva freeport a magistrate known for his integrity is supposedly fighting the good fight for much stricter regulations. new schemes with the young. woman going to meet. these two. men feel more. cautious and. this man is aware that there are still a long way to go. but having agreed to make concessions on its banking secrecy will switzerland also finally agree to open the doors of the world's biggest safe.
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by. using. the church secret indeed just like priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it quite literally i like to call this the geographic solution so what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is is a perpetrator is simply moves him to a different spot where the previous standard is not known the highest ranks of the catholic church help conceal the accused priests from the police and justice system to that end of themselves as the i and then i include that it just is out and.
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it's failed to. make them five fold human rights abuses notion of the example of young men who see this our genocide or their going on then just look who is supporting who american and british and a number of other european countries they are a very generous nation then their support to the ag rests so what kind of human rights is that in which to live a million children a woman does not count. the far right and britain isn't just on the march it's taking violent mother's action i don't like it hinted at games in arguing i see these organizations which are
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usually split into which we feel different names how do you view that. and. complex web of pictures passion live. a play for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside out. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch pull the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the superman each kill the narrowness and spending shouldn't twenty million on one player. it's an experience like nothing else i want to do because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game played great so well more transfer. and takes its minute.
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so the last votes are now being cast in russia's presidential election most polling stations have already closed only russia's western most. is still open as we speak moscow taught me how not count he's found that nearly sixty percent will be keeping you up to speed on developments this hour including live updates from the campaign headquarters the kind of day. also in today's news more than twenty five thousand people have fled the militant held syrian enclave of eastern ghouta through russia . this sunday and the exodus shows no sign of stopping. plus superficial finally say that they're ready to give russia access to the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter britain's also announced that on monday it
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will transfer samples of the nerve agent to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons. oh thanks we'll all a whole. program we go coming up over the coming hours rush's twenty eight presidential election is almost at the finish line with polling stations now closed in moscow they're open from eight o'clock this morning to see if it is true. however there's one more to go over in the west in kaliningrad so they will kick off for an hour yeah getting an exciting see you know we'll be here on our rights quest u.d.a. to follow the final voting and make sure you don't miss any highlights of the
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election day and night and. all the presidential ballots today here are some of the highlights from the voting for. her. the solo tour. of the slower liked. the los suns for low first thank you thank you oh but. just so the. time is ticking away before all the polls close and the excitement is building for the candidates
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and that teams with the early projections just an hour away. as you'd expect that's cost and then the next to see how they go and how it goes starting off with. the last time you spoke of the red square with the party you have got to. know by the looks of it. well things it seems. quiet here now a lot of the expectation and i've got to say what strikes me every election cycle in russia is how huge these elections other trudi google vote booting across eleven time zones from the pacific a job get across siberia to the european parts of russia they set up a bowling booths in toxic of the research is that on two hundred and eighteen vessels at sea the suv save lives could vote and even flew cosmonauts on the international space station but just as now to go before we have an understanding
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of which way the vote has swung and as i say a lot of expectation here at the lead to me of putin's head called us. yes well i'm here at the headquarters of the communist party the candidacy of pavel grew dean in and we're here at the headquarters just awaiting the results it's a rather quiet night here at the moment and we're just waiting to see what happened calm all the way from new york i'm here to cover the russian elections i'm standing by and we'll keep you up to date i believe next up we have daniel hawkins. thanks k. live but of course probability means first presidential run why can't it. has been on the political scene in russia for almost thirty years hard to imagine an election without him this is his sixth contest his top result so far was third
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place nearly ten percent of the vote this could well be his last election he's nearly seventy two now will be nearly eighty at the next presidential election remains to be seen of course if he can do better than better that third place results now over to the who's candidate very much the opposite if you go over to you. tell you why you're absolutely right and i don't think that mr she would really feel at home where i'm standing right now i'm inside a whole working area that's in a lot to train the area with great malls and you know by the looks of it the average age of the people who are working here is about twenty five years old and today on march eighteenth this only means one thing that this is the h.q.
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of saying use of chalk the only female candidate had these are life issues and we all remember that motorways i am against everyone we are expecting samia to arrive here any minute and of course i'll try and get a word from her possibly even live we'll see if that can happen but for now that's it from me we have to try and go in saying yes sub chalk say to get. america funded that banks guys would keep it up to speed and they will be back throughout the night of course as things get even more exposure which is floating across all the eleven time zones of russia there's a lot more voting as well absolutely in one hundred forty five countries all across the globe in fact russians were able. photos and local embassies and consulates that were long queues first time you patiently waited to have the best say in this election some votes of come from literally a whole world away for one russian cosmonaut up there above our heads and all but i didn't want to miss. to select the person back on earth to cast his ballot safe to
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say the one hundred percent of the international space station so much and there's been a few unexpected voters just saw it from a cost of annoyance to. the so i thank. you. thank. you. thank. you thank you. because you're a tipper do no less course now he is
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a russian citizen i had the election day we travel across russia to meet voters from different cities of different professions in ages those check them out so more people would. thank. you. the a promotional items to accommodate the little. noise for me. to look into before was made it all the cultural social was from that more muslims from.
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passionate all who presented this. is national policy. at the start seems to use that suggestion to stymie the supposed. facts that is was just. something since you. just told me started so they are so absorbed by the aloof assuming that i had to put up also having a jury would soon. be doubling see the fiscal year it's also over the jesus god loves you but somebody got me some yet really good news. but i'm sure the. more of the reasons for the market does not have to be so much the national id of the church of the first since the slide here i says to the will always be a. good suit and that i was born
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when you arrive in the stuff he. was just doesn't always get the feeling of the much not to let the needs of children with the son must come up with what. might be. the last marcia. born in. this near enough water some spots of solar cells but we are still small but i don't like much of the cool new world of spam against the muslims. here in this huge country more people. all the hopes and expectations for the person is going to lead to for the next six years the next president no not all voters abroad are able to cast their ballots in ukraine approved tricky russian nationals were blocked from voting by local police at one point but russian councils in.


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