IRELAND: Renegade Debutante

She had everything that money could buy: a childhood spent romping on a 600-acre estate in western England, the right schools, a grand tour of Europe at the age of 14 and a trust fund set up by her wealthy, doting parents that yielded her thousands of dollars annually. Yet last week Bridget Rose Dugdale, 33-year-old daughter of a British insurance tycoon, was in jail—again. The blonde, Oxford-educated million-heiress was accused of masterminding and directing the largest art theft in recent history: last month's looting of 19 masterpieces, including paintings by Goya...

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