Ex-Marcos aide charged in NY with art conspiracy

A photo provided by the United States Attorney’s Office in New York shows an 1899 painting by Impressionist master Claude Monet entitled, “Le Bassin aux Nymphease,” which is also known as “Japanese Footbridge Over the Water-Lily Pond at Giverny.” Vilma Bautista, one time secretary to Philippine’s first lady Imelda Marcos, was indicted in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, on charges of conspiracy, tax fraud and offering a false instrument for filing for attempting to illegally sell this work and others that disappeared as Ferdinand Marco’s regime collapsed in the late 1980’s. (AP Photo/United States Attorney’s Office)A former secretary to Imelda Marcos was charged Tuesday in New York with conspiracy to sell valuable artworks that disappeared during the collapse of Marcos' husband's regime in the Philippines.

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