Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Archaeo-Blogger Questions Basis for Seizure
Archaeo-Blogger Rick St. Hilaire has questioned the legal basis of the US Government's seizure of some valuable Korean seals from the family of a deceased Marine who put his life on the line to save the Republic of Korea from the Communists. Good for him. There needs to be far more scrutiny of the Government's actions -- not only in the blogosphere, but far more importantly by the Department of Justice and the Courts. As it is, rule of law seems to be going by the wayside whenever import restrictions and requests for repatriation by foreign countries are concerned. And much worse, of course, all this appears to be just symptomatic of a much larger problem facing our country.
Posted by Cultural Property Observer at 7:40 AM
Labels: Repatriation, US Customs
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