The contamination of the archaeological site by non-professionals, the removal of artefacts, the transporting of those artefacts to other countries - without the endorsement of DRAC would be illegal in France. Unless permission was granted by DRAC for that to have happened. Where is the official documentation?
The location of the tomb is currently remaining discreet, as has been said by Ben several times before, and for more than obvious reasons.
So all attempts to identify the landowner, and whether he is dancing with his spade on top of the tomb, or dynamiting it into oblivion in an anti-DRAC rage are pointless - he sure won't be giving out statements on the matter.
Leo Vinci has asked a very serious and pertinent question. That was: if the removed artifacts have been legally or illegally taken out of the country, meaning if DRAC has supplied a document through which they approved the "journey" of the artifacts to other countries?
Nicole, as you are directly implicated as an intermediate of the relations with DRAC, you should know if this happened or not. From your answer two possibilities emerge. The first one would be that you are avoiding a concrete answer and this accentuates the suspicion that the objects were illegally taken out of the country and the second is that you answered directly to the question but in this case you are talking about objects "removed from the tomb (?)" (others that the officially presented ones). In the second case your answer could make sense because the site's location must be protected and the documentation could not be made public.
Could you be so kind to answer without equivoque to this question?