Florida Pastor Convicted of Trying to Sell Fraudulent Hirst Paintings Gets Six Months Behind Bars

May 21st, 2014

Kevin Sutherland, the Florida Pastor convicted of trying to sell fraudulent Damien Hirst paintings has been sentenced to six months in jail and five months of probation, the New York Times reports.  “Here he had a choice, and he made the wrong choice,” said Justice Bonnie G. Winter of State Supreme Court. “He could easily have rectified it in the right way.”

Read more at New York Times