This will complicate the lawsuit, I’m sure.
My colleague Bruce Golding at the New York Post has the story. But here’s the paragraph that says to me this story will be sticking around:
Plastino’s lawyer, Dale Cendali, said she was “extremely saddened by Al’s sudden passing, but was “more committed than ever to fulfilling his last wishes of getting his art back so it can properly be displayed as intended.”
“The art should be on display in a museum and serve to honor the memories of both a great artist and a great President,” she added.
November 26, 2013