Plagiarism conflict between Michigan State researchers unwraps

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It took nearly a year of investigating for a Michigan State panel to find MSU Museum Director Mark Auslander guilty of plagiarism. Auslander was suspended from his position. The researcher who had his work plagiarized, William Lovis, is a retired professor.

Lovis was doing research on a 500-year-old Bolivian mummy and he claims that when Auslander became the museum director, his research was interfered with. The mummy was returned to Bolivia before any investigations took place

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