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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

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    Funeral director: Hard to bury alleged Boston bomber - CNN.com




    What's wrong with feeding some fish?

    Or converting him to ashes and sending him to landfill?

    I'm not sure why this is an issue?
    We should have fed his remains out to the pigs

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    This silliness is a non-issue. The guy is dead. All this rage about where he can and cannot be buried is not hurting the dead guy. It's hurting the dead guy's family.

    Every large city has a "potters' field" where John/Jane Does and unclaimed bodies are buried, in a pine box with a location identification number. Dig the hole, toss him in. The people of Massachusetts have to get over this crap. I guarantee there are the most vicious kinds of rapists, serial killers, mass murderers buried in their state, as there are in every state. One more isn't gonna kill ya', folks. Get over it.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Ship the body of this massive pile of excrement to his parents and let them deal with it.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    Why would anyone (read Henrin here) expect people to respect a dead body more than they would respect it if it were alive?
    I'm not sure what you mean.

    The OP is very disrespectful to the dead.

    What's wrong with feeding some fish?

    Or converting him to ashes and sending him to landfill?
    I personally have a problem with people that show such disregard for the dead. I don't really care what the person did when they were alive everyone should have the decency to leave that behind when the person passes.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    That terrorist being dead doesn't change the fact he is subhuman garbage.
    He is dead,I do not think he cares one way or the other what someone does to his body.
    That fact that someone is "subhuman garbage" as you put it does not in any mean we should ignore respect and decency when dealing with their bodies. We will all die one day, so lets do ourselves a favor and honor the dead with a bit of human decency, ok?

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    That fact that someone is "subhuman garbage" as you put it does not in any mean we should ignore respect and decency when dealing with their bodies.
    Why?They are dead.If you didn't respect them in life why should you show them any respect in death?
    We will all die one day, so lets do ourselves a favor and honor the dead with a bit of human decency, ok?
    That man is subhuman scum, he doesn't deserve any honor.Honor is for people who deserve, not terrorists.
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    America is better then this. Shouldn't we be judged by how we treat the worst amongst us. We're acting like 3rd world (read backward ass) countries.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    The people of Massachusetts have to get over this crap. I guarantee there are the most vicious kinds of rapists, serial killers, mass murderers buried in their state, as there are in every state. One more isn't gonna kill ya', folks. Get over it.
    But you wouldn't bury the rapist, serial killer, and mass murderer next to their victims. If you agree to that, then you agree that there are degrees of separation. This just happens to require a much larger degree of separation. Personally, I think they should give the remains to his uncle and tell him in no uncertain terms to bury him elsewhere. Anywhere but here. Take what's left of your terrorist nephew and go.



    If that doesn't sit well with anybody... too bad.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Funeral director: Hard to bury alleged Boston bomber - CNN.com




    What's wrong with feeding some fish?

    Or converting him to ashes and sending him to landfill?

    I'm not sure why this is an issue?
    We will take him!

    Mt. Moriah Cemetery - City of Deadwood *

    Are there any famous people buried at Mt. Moriah?
    James Butler Hickok (a.k.a. Wild Bill Hickok), Calamity Jane, Potato Creek Johnny, Preacher Henry Weston Smith, Seth Bullock, Blanche Colman (the first woman admitted to the South Dakota bar), journalist Edward L. Senn, Dr. Flora Stanford, Harris Franklin (of Franklin Hotel fame), and Col. John Lawrence (for whom Lawrence County is named) are but a few of the many people at Mt. Moriah whose lives added to the story of Deadwood and the Black Hills.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. E View Post
    America is better then this. Shouldn't we be judged by how we treat the worst amongst us. We're acting like 3rd world (read backward ass) countries.
    YES! We will take his grave and charge admittance, as we have don for other villains and heros alike. We will use the revenue to fund a charity for the victims of the bombing, lower local property tax and everything else we see fit.

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