Customs agent allegedly stole astronaut’s form

US says he, friend tried to sell Neil Armstrong’s signature

Neil Armstrong Logan workers allegedly tried to profit from the fame of that one small step 41 years ago when Neil Armstrong (left) landed on the moon. With him were Michael Collins and Edwin Aldrin. (Nasa)
By John M. Guilfoil
Globe Staff / July 21, 2010

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Two men, one a federal Customs agent at Logan International Airport, have been charged with stealing an official government document signed by American icon Neil Armstrong and trying to sell it for profit. The men were charged yesterday, on the 41st anniversary of man’s first steps on the moon, taken by Armstrong while the world watched in 1969. (Full article: 566 words)

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