Honestly have to say that the crossing off of your post firstly and highly appreciated) looked very strange anyway, and mainly out of any furthers consideration and polemics the request of publication of the pictures, wherever available (but try on local newspapers) would and will never been produced . By other sides the nature of the pieces collected , the place where collected in Libya ( LRDG wreckages are not everywhere) , seems to exclude the work of normal tourists but of specialist in search of new trails. Bikers also excluded as there is a huge clutch carter . The lecture of the custom forms reduced now to a shortest period between end of first week and the second of may will tell more to peoples that works for the safety of Sahara’s Libyan heritage. This is our goal and also our contribute to help and prevent furthers attempts to similar thefts and rock painting damages and the free travel .