CAUGHT ERIK THE RED-HANDED: U.K. MEN GET JAIL AFTER FAILING TO TURN IN $3.8M OF VIKING GOLD AND SILVER

All that glitters is not gold for these men. Three men in the U.K. were sentenced to a total of 23 years in prison Friday after they found more $3.8 million of stolen Viking gold and silver that had been in Wales for more than a milennium and failed to turn it in. George Powell, 38, of Newport,...

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