Brooklyn Museum Returns 2,000-Year-Old Artifacts to Costa Rica
In the early 19th or 20th century, historians say an American tycoon brought stolen artifacts to the United States from Costa Rica, while a railway was being built. Hundreds of years later, they have been returned to their rightful owners after being on display at a New York City museum. Officials at the Brooklyn Museum voluntarily returned the artifacts last year, but they are only now being shown to the public. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.