An enemy whose body has been rejected by all the local cemeteries. A body that has no place to rest. And for good reason. Could you imagine the grave desecration that would occur? Could you imagine the curse that will reside over the cemetery that accepts a terrorist?
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has released the first-ever Spanish-language translation of the profession’s premier embalming text book “Embalming: History, Theory, and Practice” by Robert G. Mayer. “NFDA is pleased to provide funeral professionals who speak Spanish with an embalming textbook in their native language,” said NFDA Vice President of International Relations Deborah Andres. “This is the first text of its kind in Spanish and meets an important need in Central and South America and other parts of the world.”
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Frank Kaiser, president and CEO of Eagle’s Wings Air, said in a release Tuesday that his company is offering to facilitate the air transportation of the accused bomber’s remains out of the U.S. at no charge to the funeral home, Cambridge, or any taxpayers.
Funeral Home Holding Body Of Boston Bombing Suspect Might Get Hit With $30,000 Bill From Police Department
The cost of police details at this location is estimated to reach $30,000 by the end of today. The police department believes that the cost of public safety should be incurred by the funeral home.
Peter Stefan, the Massachusetts funeral director stuck with the body of a Boston Marathon bombing suspect, has been tending to the forgotten, the forsaken and the flat-broke for years. He’s the undertaker for the unwanted.
Does a cemetery have a right to refuse the burial of a person’s body? What if it’s the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspecct Tamerlan Tsarnaev?
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