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Ralph Frammolino
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Ralph Frammolino reported for nearly 25 years at the Los Angeles Times, where he and former colleague Jason Felch were finalists for the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting for their articles about the J. Paul Getty Museum and looted antiquities. His work has also appeared in the New York Times and the Columbia Journalism Review. Frammolino is now a media consultant for various aid projects in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka, where he trains working journalists on investigative reporting techniques and right to information laws.

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The Getty: A Hunt For Looted Art At The World's Richest Museum (PHOTOS)

Posted June 15, 2011 | 10:02:37 (EST)

When oil tycoon J. Paul Getty died in 1976, he left his boutique Malibu museum nearly his entire $700 million dollar personal fortune--transforming it overnight into the world's wealthiest art institution. Over the next two decades, the Getty used that fortune to build a world-class collection of ancient art by...

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