True Crime Lecture Series: Art Crime Team
From Kelsey Styles on February 14th, 2020
Robert Wittman founded the FBI's National Art Crime Team and served for 20 years as the FBI's investigative expert in this field. He is responsible for recovering more than $300 million in stolen art and cultural property around the world. Since retiring from the FBI in 2008, he authored the New York Times Best Seller "Priceless-How I Went Undercover to Rescue The World's Stolen Treasures." He speaks about his FBI career leading audiences through notorious art heists and incredibly daring undercover recoveries. Audiences will hear the true stories behind the headlines of the FBI's Real Indiana Jones. It's a one of a kind "info-tainment" event that would be a perfect fund raising opportunity for your institution. He also authored the world wide best seller, “The Devil’s Diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the Stolen Secrets of the Third Reich,” which is now published in 30 languages. Today, Robert Wittman is president of Robert Wittman Incorporated, the international art recovery, protection, and security firm.