OMR stock, which closed at $4.60 on Friday before news of the discovery, has since rocketed to $7.35. The value of Fortress' stake could be as much as $51 million. Fortress isn't alone in cheering its good fortune. Greg Stemm is the 49-year-old exploration boss at OMR. He's the one with the nautical beard. He's made more than $5 million in a week. Stemm is sitting on nearly 2 million shares, plus around 200,000 options. Value today: $14.8 million. A treasure-hunter with stock options. Isn't Wall Street terrific? Company CEO John Morris, who took time out a year ago for cancer treatment, holds another 1.74 million shares and options. Value today: $12.8 million. It should be even more. OMR stock peaked Monday morning at just over $9, valuing the company at well above $400 million. The shares have come off sharply since. The main reason for the decline? Saber rattling by the Spanish government. Madrid says the treasure found by OMR might be "Spanish" and they might sue to get it "back." Ahem. Memo to the Spaniards: Whom do you think you're kidding? Every single ounce of gold your country's galleons brought back from South America, all those centuries ago, was stolen from the natives. The conquistadores raped, murdered and plundered the continent for every scrap of precious metal they could find. If your pirates lost the gold and someone else found it, exactly how much moral claim do you think you have? If we're playing finders keepers, the treasure belongs to Stemm, Morris, Edwards and the other shareholders in OMR. If we aren't playing finders keepers, it belongs to the Incas and the Aztecs. OMR might need a really good trial lawyer on its side. Lucky thing they know John Edwards.