Syrup Thief Loses Appeal

Judges have upheld an eight-year prison sentence for a ringleader in the biggest maple syrup heist in Canadian history. Sixteen people were found guilty in the 2011 theft of $17.8 million worth of syrup from a Québec warehouse: “The absence of a link with organized crime is not a mitigating factor.”

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