I could not find a single reviewer who accepted the claims of the papers. They were harshly critical of claims of intentional burial of the skeletons.
Considering the checkered history of grandiose claims and controversies in paleoanthropology, some caution may be wise.
Primates not only appeared suddenly, but their different subgroups of lemurs, tarsier, and simians all appeared at about the same time.
Far from “a nice clean example” of “gradualistic evolutionary change” that has “no gaps,” the fossil record shows a dramatic discontinuity.
William Lane Craig’s rhetorical strategy is essentially to accept whatever mainstream evolutionary paleoanthropology says.