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  1. Californian Paying $13K for Vandalizing Banksy Graffiti

    He wasn’t framed. A California man said he was struggling with a bipolar episode when he painted over two Utah murals believed to have been created by the mysterious British street artist. Prosecutors painted a different picture, arguing that David William Noll was a jealous artist who, incidentally, did the same thing to Banksy graffiti in Los Angeles. The judge waived jail time in favor of $13,000 in fines for restoration, as long as Noll’s not the one holding the paintbrush.


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