OF NEVER GIVING UP
About artwork encounters with a billionaire in the 90s...
... and a daughter, Suzanne's, journey to share her mother, Mary's, story about these encounters.
View of Beach Painting.
View of a village.
The Sultan of Morocco.
Alexander Calder | Camille Bombois | Jane Peterson | Jim Casssel | Kees van Dongen
March 18, 1990
In 2012, this 1990 crime was solved by Suzanne while researching her mother, Mary's, 1991/1992 art encounters. Suzanne reported her findings to the FBI in June 2012 and nine months later on March 18, 2013, the FBI announced they now know the names of the two men that did the heist, but refused to release the name of the billionaire - Frederick R. Koch and his companion, John Olsen.
October 7, 1991
Most of the belongings in this fire were owned by Frederick R. Koch. The fire occurred 14 days after Robert Donati was discovered murdered. Mr. Donati was murdered because of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art heist. A few weeks after this fire, a Mr. Koch arrived in Mary's life and began teaching her about the art world. Which is shown in the notes written on Koch's visits with Mary.
Watch the video to see how the path of one billion dollars in art crimes collided with Charles Darwin's stolen notepads. Cambridge University is also withholding the suspect's name. All because they are a billionaire!
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