Skip to comments.Worcester chief begs government to help find burial plot
Posted on 05/08/2013 2:12:41 PM PDT by BlatherNaut
Worcester Police Chief Gary J. Gemme bleeding $10,000 a day in detail costs to protect the funeral home holding accused terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaevs body and out of prospects to find a burial plot today issued a desperate plea to state and federal officials to bail his city out of the macabre melodrama.
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Bury the turd in MooseShell’s garden ‘till she’s gone.
Coexist dude. Coexist.
How about 500 miles east of Boston, at 1000 fathoms?
Come on,now. Isn’t there a good farmer from Massachusetts who composts his own pig manure who can step up and volunteer to provide a burial spot?
Someone get creative.
How about fly out over the Atlantic a couple hundred miles and drop him in?
Can’t they just dump him in the ocean like they did with Osama bin Laden (or whoever it was that Seal Team 6 killed)?
Why not Gitmo?
Cremate the POS and flush his ashes. Or just feed him to pigs.
How about at his family’s home. Right in the front yard.
Load his body on the catapult of an aircraft carrier headed out to sea. About 20 miles out, aim the catapult towards Mecca and let er rip.
Ship him to russia....Not only will it solve our problem...but it will show mama and papa’s true colors.....terrorists all!!
I’d fly Tsarnaev back to Chechnya and jettison him from about 30,000 feet. The dead one, as well.
Plant him in a muzzie cemetery
Call on the muzzies to bury one of their own. Further connect the RoP with savagery.
We’re being played.
Any other time our government would spend a couple grand to dispose of a terrorist corpse in its homeland.
The solution is easy
Claim it was dispatched to Kazakhstan in a plane sent by the family to receive it.
Except for a small pile of pig sh!t!
Get him into a plain black garbage bag and on the curb before the morning pickup.
Oh and when we jettison them both from 30,000 feet, tie strap their hands to each other. They can hug on the way down.
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