Thursday, November 9, 2017


November 9, 2017

Today, I was received an email from a business owner to whom Mike Burns, formerly the brains behind Camelback Consign & Design on 9th Street and Camelback, had given some paintings for repair.

That was nearly two years ago. According to the email, Burns picked up some of the paintings, left several others behind and failed to pay for the work. Initially, Burns indicated that he would be in to pick up the work. Eventually, however, he stopped returning phone calls. 

Today, that business owner wanted to know if there might be a list 
of missing (i.e., stolen) paintings anywhere against which the
 paintings Burns had dropped off could be compared?

Wouldn't it be loverly... if the AG's office went to so much trouble?

Wouldn't it be nice to know that the AG's office had taken the trouble to determine how much of his stolen plunder Burns possessed after it took him to court? 

I wrote the business owner and suggested contacting the AG's offfice. I even provided a name, phone number and email address to the state prosecutor who "handled" the case. 

The trail of blood just never seems to end.

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