FBI seeks owners of 7,000 artifacts, remains

A man in Indiana had something of a makeshift museum in his home, but now the FBI is working to determine the rightful owners of the artifacts.
1:01 | 03/01/19

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While the FBI is searching for the rightful owners of thousands of rare artifacts dating back centuries they grew bones believed to be taken from ancient native American burial grounds. As well as pottery bothers and JD from the Ming dynasty the artifacts were seized from the home of an Indiana scientists. During an FBI raid in between fourteen. Donald Miller died a year later before he could help identify the rightful owners of the artifacts. He spent sixty years collecting them allegedly violating federal and international law until now the FBI has shared little information about the items. T.s promise of FBI they raided a home Macy's roughly 42000 items. And and also I thought the socially to Indiana Jones. It's not a portrait. At those Indiana Jones really the story because it happened in Indiana and I know we can look you raided. Then. Ole varieties. Is Jesse good work what he's working where it.

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