Trial of stealing finger of the terracotta warrior was disallowed
A mistrial was declared in the case of Michael Rohana, who was charged with theft and concealment of a cultural relic in the U.S. The 12-member jury was split after deliberating for 11 hours. Rohana admitted to taking the thumb of a terracotta warrior statue during a visit to the Franklin Institute Museum in December 2017. The statue is worth an estimated $4.5 million. Prosecutors will decide on May 15 whether to seek a retrial.