It's been two years since swarms of federal agents burst into nearly two dozen homes scattered throughout the archeologically rich Southwest, looking to take down what they believed was a criminal element robbing Native American grave sites and illicitly selling or trading pieces of the nation's heritage. But for legitimate dealers and collectors of Indian artifacts, the sting in the rugged Four Corners region is as fresh today as when the raids happened that summer day in 2009.
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