In a Seattle Times opinion piece Dr. James Nason, a retired University of Washington anthropology professor and emeritus curator at the Burke Museum (where the original Kennewick Man is kept), argues that the Corps of Engineers is properly handling the recently found remains.
There are some very interesting comments at the end of the article.
Check it out at: Corps Acted Properly
(Rock art pictured is near Kennewick, WA).
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