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Re: Theft of dinosaur bones from Glen Canyon National Recreation Area



How exactly does that seem somehow apropos of the theft of paleontological, geological, and cultural objects from public lands? Is it a lesser crime depending on who turns someone in or why they do it?

Dan

Paul P wrote:
dinosaur bone from Glen Canyon in Kane County. Lindsey was
turned in by his ex-wife

Aach, women. Can't live with em, can't shoot em.


That's a line out of a movie, actually, though i can't recall offhand which one. (True Lies?) But it seems somehow apropos.


--- On Sat, 5/16/09, Dan Chure <danchure@easilink.com> wrote:

From: Dan Chure <danchure@easilink.com>
Subject: Theft of dinosaur bones from Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
To: "DML" <dinosaur@usc.edu>, VRTPALEO@usc.edu
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2009, 8:57 AM

One Mr. Penn Lindsey is accused of stealing petrified wood,
lava bomb, lava rock, flat red rock, garnet, five stone
artifact pieces, river rock, pot shards and 14 pieces of
dinosaur bone from Glen Canyon in Kane County. Lindsey was
turned in by his ex-wife, who said she was afraid he would
teach their son how to loot as well.

More details can be read at:

http://www.sltrib.com/ci_12381775

Dan



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