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Ildlife crimes But she wanted to be in the middle of the action Finally she went undercover again working to investigate a parrot smuggling operation only to narrowly escape disaster after several of her colleagues inadvertently blew her cover Though she worried that she was losing her gift for undercover work when she learned of the illegal trade in Native American artifacts and the hunting of eagles for their feathers sh. I won this book on Goodreads This is a fascinating story of how Native American artifacts have been sold and stolen and told by a person who has first hand knowledge Sometimes it is amazing even to the author which people succumb to greed The culture of the Native Americans is especially vulnerable and is lost daily This book centers in Arizona and New Mexico but similar problems may be applied to other places Still a few people are honest and courageous enough to fight this Although much is lost much has been retained and returned

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Plunder of the AncientsE set up another sting operation and called it Operation Monster Slayer after the Navajo deity that protected the Navajo from harm only to betrayed once again this time intentionally Plunder of the Ancients  tells the story of the dangerous life of an undercover agent and her persistence that led to the recovery of nearly a million dollars’ worth of sacred Indian artifacts sold on the black market in Santa Fe in 1996  . The author lives in Montrose and was the subject of an article in the October 2014 Montrose Mirror

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Plunder of the Ancients review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Å After taking an assignment as a supervisor for the US Fish and Wildlife Service agent Lucinda Schroeder felt chafed by the restrictions of her desk job She'd spent her career making cases against wildlife poachers smugglers and people who exploited wildlife for huge sumsAfter taking an assignment as a supervisor for the US Fish and Wildlife Service agent Lucinda Schroeder felt chafed by the restrictions of her desk job She'd spent her career making cases against wildlife poachers smugglers and people who exploited wildlife for huge sums of money As a supervisor she wasn’t allowed to carry a case load Her responsibility was to oversee the work of five other agents as they investigated w. This is an account of the efforts to stop the trade in Native American artifacts in the Southwest told by a principal in the government efforts to achieve this While the author clearly reveals her biases her story makes one see her point The story is pretty tragic in how widespread and damaging this business is and most tragic in how little much of the legal system even cares to do something about this The Native Americans don't escape some blame as well as persons on the reservation obviously participate in the illegal trade and the religious figures are so paranoid and absolute in their beliefs their is little coordination I think Schroeder perhaps got a bit too close to her subject in all the supernatural commentary I wondered why the religious figures gave her and other in government so much grief while taking no action on those who stole and dishonored them