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In 1988, General Electric officials in Indiana destroyed a 2000-year-old Native American ceremonial mound, setting into motion a series of shocking political and legal battles. To placate Native American activists and professional archaeologists, federal prosecutors and General Electric scapegoated Art Gerber, a prominent artifact collector who dug briefly on the destroyed In 1988, General Electric officials in Indiana destroyed a 2000-year-old Native American ceremonial mound, setting into motion a series of shocking political and legal battles. To placate Native American activists and professional archaeologists, federal prosecutors and General Electric scapegoated Art Gerber, a prominent artifact collector who dug briefly on the destroyed mound. Mr. Gerber's prosecution under the federal Archaeological Protection Act made legal history-- and frightened tens of thousands of Indian relic collectors. THE GE MOUND CASE is a story of political intrigue and zealous prosecution, the latest from true crime author Jim Fisher.


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In 1988, General Electric officials in Indiana destroyed a 2000-year-old Native American ceremonial mound, setting into motion a series of shocking political and legal battles. To placate Native American activists and professional archaeologists, federal prosecutors and General Electric scapegoated Art Gerber, a prominent artifact collector who dug briefly on the destroyed In 1988, General Electric officials in Indiana destroyed a 2000-year-old Native American ceremonial mound, setting into motion a series of shocking political and legal battles. To placate Native American activists and professional archaeologists, federal prosecutors and General Electric scapegoated Art Gerber, a prominent artifact collector who dug briefly on the destroyed mound. Mr. Gerber's prosecution under the federal Archaeological Protection Act made legal history-- and frightened tens of thousands of Indian relic collectors. THE GE MOUND CASE is a story of political intrigue and zealous prosecution, the latest from true crime author Jim Fisher.

3 review for The GE Mound Case: The Archaeological Disaster and Criminal Persecution of Artifact Collector Art Gerber

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Scary to see how much politics affects justice. GE should have been prosecuted instead of Art Gerber.

  2. 5 out of 5

    michelebutler

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Dodson

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