Blandingites reunite in a Pizza parlor in Phom Penh, Cambodia. Jini Lyman Roby recently met with Bruce and Margaret Shumway, who are on their third full time LDS mission in Cambodia. Jini was ado...
Federal antiquities charges filed on 24
On June 10, an army of federal agents raided homes and businesses, a host of attorneys filed federal charges, and a group of politicians claimed the credit for what is being called the largest anti...
Prominent local physician takes life
The shock of the June 10 federal raids turned to horror on June 11 when Dr. James Redd, one of the defendants, was found dead near a pond on his property, the victim of an apparent suicide.
Wide range of items on antiquities list
The crux of the initial charges center on the purchase of a large number of antiquities by an undercover agent of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Up to 150 agents involved in raid
Early in the morning on June 10, the army of federal agents descended on the unsuspecting towns of Blanding and Monticello to make the arrests and execute 12 search warrants.