However, many items are expected to be smuggled out of Iraq for sale on the international market. Experts deduce from the pattern of items that were taken from the Baghdad museum that the thieves were well-schooled in their potential value. The US FBI announced on 21 April that looted artefacts had begun to surface, with one item from the Baghdad museum seized at an American airport. On 23 April, an engineer with the US’ Fox television network was charged with the theft of 12 paintings from a palace belonging to Saddam Hussein’s son Uday. A number of other journalists and a soldier are also being investigated. ‘These items are not souvenirs or war trophies but stolen goods that belong to the people of Iraq,’ deputy secretary of homeland security, Gordon England, told a press conference.