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To: Pharmboy
The militant state academe sent the police in to stop the dig "Because the Fullers aren't professional archaeologists". They [State Museum et al] are so afraid that there will be a find that doesn't fit with "established history", that they will go th any length to control a dig site - regardless of it's private property location.

I have had a personal experience with this - an 11-15KY old stone tool - not flint - along with several others - including a flint/chert mine - that I refuse to give them the location of.

21 posted on 06/08/2006 11:08:31 AM PDT by xcamel (Press to Test, Release to Detonate)
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"I have had a personal experience with this - an 11-15KY old stone tool - not flint - along with several others - including a flint/chert mine - that I refuse to give them the location of."

Yep, you are a criminal if you find anything, but they can rape any burial site they find then build a road over it leaving behind the less interesting items. And if you are walking along that new road and find anything they left behind, don't pick it up! You will get a free trip to jail for destroying historical information. Georgia Laws, you got to love'em.


38 posted on 06/08/2006 11:43:29 AM PDT by SaveUS
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