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February 14, 2014 5:25 AM

Developer: Tequesta site in downtown Miami is 'a joke'

Sharply changing tack, the owners of a downtown Miami lot where the remnants of a prehistoric Tequesta Indian village have been unearthed launched an attack Thursday on the archaeologists responsible, calling their conclusions about the site “hokum” and “a joke.’’

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