“They just want to get money for it….It was an ordinary middle-class Jerusalem burial cave. The names on the caskets are the most common names found among Jews at the time.”
Amos Kloner, the first archaeologist to examine the site where small caskets said to have possibly contained the bones of Jesus were found.  Regarding the upcoming documentary produced by Oscar-winning director James Cameron claiming to have found a tomb that may have contained the bones of Jesus, Mr. Kloner said the idea fails to hold up by archaeological standards but makes for profitable television.