Violin dealer Dietmar Machold goes on trial in Vienna

The German-born violin dealer Dietmar Machold went on trial in Vienna yesterday, facing charges of serious fraud, embezzlement and fraudulent bankruptcy. The trial is set to last until Friday, and if Machold is found guilty, he could face up to ten years in prison. ...

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