Artifact Case Ends in Probation Order, Lesson Learned?

In 2009, David A. Lacy, a school teacher, was indicted on nine counts of selling, stealing or offering to sell a number of archeological artifacts taken in violation of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).

He pleaded guilty to selling Native American artifacts and was sentenced to probation in U.S. District Court on November 18, 2011. As a condition of the probation, Lacy may not enter government property for any reason other than travel.
Source: http://www.deseretn print/705394634/ Probation- ordered-for- Blanding- teacher-in- artifacts- case.html

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