Nagoya court hands woman two-year prison term for destroying 54 violins owned by her former husband

NAGOYA – The ex-wife of a former violin maker was sentenced by a court to two years in prison Thursday for breaking into his house and destroying his 54 violins and 70 bows. Qin Yue, a 35-year-old Chi…
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