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Real-life Indiana Jones busted with thousands of cultural artifacts

04
Apr
2014

The FBI has seized thousands of Native American, Russian, Chinese, and other cultural artifacts being kept in the home of an amateur archaeologist in Indiana — something of a real-life Indiana Jones, with less fantasy and more acquisitions — about 35 miles outside of Indianapolis, reports Indianapolis RTV6. The 91-year-old collector, Don Miller, has reportedly created a homemade museum out of the artifacts that hes been gathering for about 80 years, some of which may have been collected improperly. The Associated Press reports that the FBI has not said whether it believes that Miller has broken any laws, and that the laws governing the proper collection of cultural artifacts are very complex. The FBI reportedly hopes to catalog and repatriate the artifacts.

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