Kenneth Myers: That's the four-corner's area, it's a disgrase. They'll tear up the ground looking for pottery and ceremonial objects. Even bones of the dead. These guys use trucks, bulldozers, helicopters, even armed guards. We catch the usual hard-case creeps with copies of the Treassure Hunter's Digest in their back pocket. We also bust our share of well-to-do people who outta know better. But, hey - I guess when you're talking fifteen grand for a five-pound rock scraper, or a quarter of a million for a death mask, it's just too much money for these people to resist. Personally I think they ought to be shot. Look, I'm sorry; it's just frustrating, you know? We not only have to prove that an artifact came from federally-protected land, we gotta prove the looter knew it was on federally-protected land. It's the only legal situation I know of where ignorance of the law is an excuse.