Those two vile creatures were representatives of several flavors of evil, the primary one being islam, and that being the case, feeding the body to some pigs would be fitting, if not for the insult it would be to the innocent pigs.
Their deaths were the shamefully lopsided result of a single battle - no, not even that, as the victims were all unarmed civilians - that saw four Americans killed, over 100 Americans severely wounded, and the 4th Amendment trashed in an entire city in return for one dead and one wounded enemy infiltrator/saboteur.
The sooner the former is flushed out to sea or dumped in an unmarked grave and forgotten, the sooner the latter is locked away for life or (preferably) hung and disposed of like its evil sibling, the sooner the war can resume against the enemy that sent yet more of the execrable filth that is islam to our shores in the person of those two from Chechnya.
The guy in VT is a fool, his self-absorbed 'piety' notwithstanding, and offering any kinda of dignity to the remains of that brutal barbarian mocks all the victims in Boston and, if the very kernel of truth could be known, probably the memory of his mother as well.
islam delenda est
The war never stopped. It’s not waiting to resume. The question is are we fighting it because we lost our faith or did we lose our faith by way of fighting. If my presupposition that we’ve lost our faith is even accurate... Something gave out somewhere along the way, IMHO.
I almost intuitively go with your take on this. I just wonder if God doesn’t place a sanity check or two in our way every now and then to test us. Maybe the guy in VT has it right. Probably not, but maybe.