Skip to comments.State senator wants feds' help in finding gravesite for Boston bombing suspect
Posted on 05/05/2013 3:24:25 PM PDT by Kaslin
A Massachusetts state senator says the federal government should intervene in the quest to find a final resting place for the elder Boston Marathon bomber.
State Sen. Harriet L. Chandler, D-Worcester, said Uncle Sam needs to alleviate a Wochester funeral homes onerous burden of having accepted Tamerlan Tsarnaevs corpse on Friday after it was released by the state medical examiner.
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It is NOT the job of the Gov’t to force a crematory to take someone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This Senator is overstepping their authority big time
Slip him into the sea - after his hero, bin laden.
I can see that this is going to end up costing us millions.
Me too. A dead body is just a dead body. If there is no longer a forensic need, do whatever it takes to just get it out of the country, and let his family be able to pay their respects.
Let me know where they end up burying him..will take my two dogs with me to pay their “Respects”
Apparantly the koran is OK with the deep blue sea...
let him join his hero Osama...
The most appropriate place is a pig farm. Toss him in with the rest of those pig carcasses.
Brilliant suggestion. New slogan: “No tank too big, no tank too small, from jihad to the cesspool, we flush all mooselum turds!”
Blow him up and sweep him up!
A military cargo flight would be fine. Hand the body over to the Russians and let them take it from there.
This is going to end up costing us millions to bury him here.
Don’t many prisons have graveyards?
Cremate in bacon fat and send the jar home to mama.
Have him eaten by pigs and put on the internet into Eternity.
Bury him in a garbage dumb or Landfill in MA would probably be a lot cheaper
He has a wife. How clueless is this senator?
Cremate. Flush. Repeat.
If Harriet L. Chandler is so hot to find a hole for this mutt, well how about her front yard
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