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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Fifty bucks and I'll let them bury him in my back yard. Its a corpse for crying out loud. Why should anyone really care where it is or is not buried?

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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?
    I wonder why they didn't just cremate him and send him to his mother? Probably would've been the cheapest and easiest thing to do with the body.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    A dead service member and a terrorist are not the same thing.So you fail.
    They are the same thing to people who hate us.

    From the perspective of some civilian in Afghanistan, America is murdering innocent civilians with robots in the sky. Yeah, we're not aiming at civilians, but that is the end result. I don't think our good intentions matter to the parents of dead children.

    So yeah, it's a valid comparison.

    We can be civilized and treat the dead well, or we can be like the people we call enemies.
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Chuckles View Post
    We should have fed his remains out to the pigs
    Really???? Do YOU want to eat a pig that was fed human remains??? I sure as heck don't.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    They actually brought the body to the town where I grew up. I guess there was a protest outside the funeral home (just so happens to be the same funeral home where my father's funeral was years ago), and apparently there was a funeral going on during the protest. I thought that was kind of tasteless. Anyway, they ended up moving it from there to Worcester and then Virginia where it is now, as far as I'm aware.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    The person that committed the acts is dead and gone.While I don't believe in god or follow any faith what so ever I do believe that when someone dies there is nothing left to feel resentment towards. I realize people don't agree with me, but I don't understand how they can hold onto their hate and further desire to act towards the body of the individual in the way they do.




    Yes, exactly.
    So Hitler and Napolean are just regular dudes to you now?

    That's just weird.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Maybe they could dump his body into the Boston sewage system, where all the other **** goes.
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Should cremate him and dump him in the ocean.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    We bury our dead. We do not use our fellow human beings as fish food.
    Burial at sea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The United States Navy has performed many burials at sea in its history, with wartime burials as recently as World War II, and peacetime burials still common. Enemy deaths received the same ceremony as Americans or allies. Most other armed forces also perform burials at sea, such as the British Royal Navy and the Royal Canadian Navy.
    Neil Armstrong was buried at sea as was Dick Clark.

    Stop being so melodramatic.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    This is a story for about 2 seconds. Unless someone is planning to put up a monument to Tsarnaev at the site of his grave, what's the big deal. What do you think happens when someone like Jeffrey Dahmer dies or any number of other mass murders when they die? The only reason this is a story is because the funeral home director made it a story - this should have been handled behind the scenes and the body quietly buried where it would never be discovered again.
    It shouldn't have been a problem. All the guy wanted to do was bury a body, he had to bring some sort of attention to the fact that he needed a place to bury it.


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