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This article needs serious work, even for a stub biography it's sort of bleak; without some sort of improvement over these short snappy sentences the article contains very little actual biographical information. Looking at it as it is, it almost seems more of a 'placeholder' promotional article for this gentleman's meteorite selling business than anything else in my opinion. cheers Deconstructhis (talk) 22:07, 2 June 2009 (UTC)
This man is a criminal. He fully knows that commercial meteorite hunting is legal in the United States but completely illegal in countries such as Argentina or Peru, due to mining laws. Nevertheless, he continuously tries to snatch meteorites from those countries, and then tries to put the blame on his black-market contacts, such as that farmer in Campo del Cielo, Argentina, or that policeman in Carancas, Peru.