Boston bombing suspect to be buried


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And at the current funeral home he says no graveyard in the state will accept the burial. I say Potters Field with him.

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The body was taken initially to another funeral home, where it was greeted by about 20 protesters.

Oh just let the dead lie, please! Going after someone in death as well as life says more about you than them.

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I think the cemeteries are concern about vandals. as for the protesters they have that right to protest the scum that took the lives of innocent people. setting up bombs to kill people, gets you no respect and no rights even in death. he is not a hero but a zero.

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I was flying out of Boston's Logan Airport today (5/8), returning to Atlanta. While on the plane, a hearse came on the tarmac, followed by at least a dozen emergency vehicles. The folks around wondered if the hearse was carrying the remains of the bomber, the latest news being that no cemetery in the area would accept his body for burial.

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