While the "James Ossuary Box" was effectively proven a forgery last year, the question of who created the thing was still left to solve. Now, according to this WaPo article (free reg, blah blah) , they have an answer:
The first group of experts heralded it as one of archaeology's greatest discoveries, a burial box inscribed with the earliest reference to Jesus ever found. But after a closer look, another group of specialists debunked the find as an elaborate hoax.
Now Israeli authorities have indicted the box's owner as a serial forger. But far from putting the case of the "James Ossuary" to rest, the indictment has further polarized opposing sides in an increasingly vitriolic dispute.