What a sham! This case was a seven-year waste. What better evidence do you need than to find faked artifacts in-the-making in the guy's flat, along with the tools of his trade? What was the ossuary doing on Golan's toilet pan? Is that the way one would treat a genuine artifact, in this case, the bone-box of the brother of Jesus himself? Since when were brothers' names inscribed on epitaphs, anyway? None of this makes sense. What about the evidence provided by the tests carried out by archaeologist, Yuval Goren, with regard to the Yehoash slab? Nowadays, I am always suspicious of "artifacts" that emerge through (dodgy) "dealers" rather than via the archaeologist's spade.
Bomb-related incident reported in Ra'anana; suspect arrested (Haaretz)