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Tuesday, September 28, 2004 

Priceless artifacts stolen from Aztec ruins, available at all Walblogs

Walmart has begun construction of a 71,902-square-foot store with 236 parking places located merely a mile away from the Teotihuacán ruins. Local folks, especially local producers and merchants (read: most of the people who live there), see this as a major afront to their way of life, mostly due to the fact that it is. The area being used by the store is not only an ejido, it is also supposedly protected as an archaeological site. The whole story is here.

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