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Barry Landau pleaded guilty last month to charges of conspiracy and theft in Maryland's U.S. District Court. Thousands of documents seized from his Manhattan apartment have now been traced back to archives throughout the United States.

But National Archives Inspector General Paul Brachfeld said this week that investigators hope dealers who are now questioning items they bought from Landau will help them recover even more stolen documents and gather information ahead of what they think will be a harsh sentencing. He says dealers who come forward can get amnesty and will have an easier time seeking restitution.

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