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  • Walt

    “Under normal circumstances, the government would say it’s (the funeral parlor’s) responsibility to find a place for burial, but this is not normal circumstances,” said Stefan.
    Wrong! It’s not the funeral home’s responsibility to find a place for burial.
    No funeral home that I know of assumes that responsibility.

  • JimH

    Wouldn’t Tsarnaev’s wife be the next of kin?

    • MargaretJacobson

      If you were his wife , would you try to claim the body ?? Maybe Muslim women can’t claim e body ?? Remember their wives are just second class persons ?? Who knows if she was not a part of the bombing too ?? Why don’t they just cremate him and flush him down the toilet ?? Or Make him dog food ?? Better yet make him pig food !!