2003 DNA Implications
As I have said before; since Lloyd’s death I was asking Amy his ex-wife and CEO of the companies for all reports of testing that was done. She kept tell me that everything was in the books or on the website; yet it wasn’t until I asked Chase Kloetzke to start a new investigation that the 2003 DNA report from Trace Genetics Lab showed up on the Starchild Project website, after the new investigation started.
Once Chase saw this report and found that it was proven that both skulls where of Native America descent she found out this was a real game changer. She called me and explained the implications of this new information. She suggested that it would be prudent that the investigation be but in a holding pattern until further research about Native American law.
After she looked into the laws she informed me that many things needed to be clarified.
The skulls will at some point need to be repatriated to the Native American community; therefore the original goal to put the skull in a museum for the world to see will not happen.
Ownership of the skulls cannot be transferred to any one or entity (company). This makes the contracts between the partners of the SC Holding Company LLC is/was illegal. The lawyer involved didn’t have 2003 DNA report. If he had all the facts he would have been able to explain that since the skulls were of Native American decent the ownership of the skulls would always be mine. This would have changed everything.
In no way, can anyone make a profit off the skulls. This could mean that the profits from the book sales may need to be given to the Native American community. Lloyd’s dream of making documentary films for profit will never happen.
We don’t have to repatriate the skulls until 60 days after scientific testing is completed
Now the Kennewick Man is also of Native American decent and has not been repatriated; there is a very large legal battle going on in relation to repatriating it back to the Native Americans. I have no intention of fighting the Native American community. I have too much respect for the Native Americans and their culture to do that.