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Thomas McShane

Thomas McShane was an undercover art recovery expert for the FBI for a quarter of a century. He returned some $500 million worth of stolen and forged art, including an El Greco, a Rubens, and a Rembrandt that had been on loan from the Louvre when it was stolen. McShane was among the first FBI agents on the scene at the Gardner Museum the day it was robbed. He ran down a long list of suspects then, and all these years later, there’s just one he still puts his money for having pulled off the Gardner heist: Brian McDevitt.


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