Anger and fear generated by federal charges of artifact looting in the vast deserts of southeastern Utah merged with sorrow Thursday when James Redd - a physician and defendant in the case - was found dead on his Blanding property. Townspeople gathered at the bottom of Redd's long private driveway Thursday evening, many of them weeping, the day after federal
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