“The only way to stop these people is to take their money, so I say take the artifacts and sell them,” she said. “I'd ask any scholars who have a problem with that whether they have any family members that have been victims of terrorism. If not, they don't have any right to raise an argument.”
An account of the intersections of the Chicago Persepolis Project and the global war on terror appears in Chicago Magazine: Gwenda Blair, Paying with the Past.
Good lord. It almost seems like an elaborate hoax--the divorce attorney and the collections lawyer with a "squeezebloodfromturnip.com" website?--devised to produce the greatest possible degree of literary absurdity.