Miranda Green, inset: APHere Lies TamerlanWhat do you do when a...

May 12, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Daily Beast

What do you do when a monster is buried in a cemetery just down the street? Miranda Green and Justin Green visit the sleepy town in Virginia where Tamerlan Tsarnaev now rests.

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william peterson

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May 12, 2013
 
I'd like to go to his grave, cut his arms and legs off, spit on him and hope that whatever God he prays to passes on the feeling for all eternity. Coward.
LeighAnn of Doswell

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May 12, 2013
 
As a Virginia resident I am outraged that Tamerlan Tsarnaev is buried in Caroline County Commonwealth of Virgina..COMMON IS RIGHT!! Our tax dollars are paying an armed Deputy to guard this burial site as they fear someone is going to dig him up etc. This Deputy should be out fighting crime not guarding a DEAD TERROISTS GRAVE Won't surprise me when we learn something like the above post takes place.(AS WELL IT SHOULD) Officials hold press conference stating they weren't asked and are angry too..I mean seriously they just come here and bury a man who set off two bombs and killed an 8 year old boy, mamed and dismembered hundreds of peopole & had the intentions to keep terroizing people, until the carjacked individual got away (GOOD FOR YOU)and police were able to take this terrosists life. His own country wouldn't accept his body to be buried there why should we have been buried this monster on US Soil He terrorized thousands of people If no one wanted him buried in their cemetaries in the states why wouldn't we incinerate his body & put his ashes in the landfill??? What some religious reason Hello he had no regard for life why should we care about his dead body...WE DO NOT WANT IT HERE I mean Virginia gets paid for bringing other states trash here..wonder how much Virgina was paid to accept and bury a TERROSIT in our state.
Virginia Lee

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May 13, 2013
 
Well, as a Virginia resident, I am proud that one of our own had the decency and compassion to do the proper thing, in accord with our population's overwhelmingly Christian ethic. During any war we've engaged in--even with enemies as appalling as the Nazis--we had the decency to give them their last rites and bury them. Burial has been, primarily, a matter not of respect for the dead, but of the living, because a dying corpse promotes disease with its decay. First and foremost, it's a matter of basic sanitation. Over the centuries, every individual culture arrived at its own belief's funereal traditions, according to their area's individual needs and religious customs. This respected the living who remained. Everyone knew they, too, would reach the same state one day. Christianity is, above all, a faith that believes in forgiveness. If you cannot forgive the dead, good grief--what kind of person are you, other than a grudge-bearing individual being eaten up by life's ills? And most certainly, not one of any of the major religious faiths--Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity,or Islamic--does not urge us to forgive. Even cremation laws require the ashes be buried, so burial one way or the other is required, by law (which address that primary reason of sanitation, and not individual religious beliefs). Any parent--no matter how appalled by their child's actions--still mourns the death of their child. Any parent will tell you that, despite everything they did, something went wrong--they do not know what or when or why, but it went wrong, and they mourn grievously for everyone harmed, as well as for the little one they'd raised and who became so very different later on. What Tsarnaev did was beyond the imagination; however, we've had our own, native-born-and-bred perpetrators of evil: Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, Ted Bundy, Jim Jones, Charles Manson, John Allen Mohammed, Coral Eugene Watts...the list goes on for those merely within the last half-century. Each was responsible for the most vile, despicably torturous deaths of dozens--in some instances, hundreds--of people. Even those others who've committed similarly appalling crimes who are sentenced to death, we bury their remains and give them their final rites. Forgiveness is an act that works more for the one doing the forgiving than for the one being forgiven: It allows us to move on. So, LeighAnn--I would suggest that we all just demonstrate to the entire world exactly how much of a decent, civilized people we are by burying a man who symbolizes great pain to us. The sooner we do, the sooner we can forget him.
LeighAnn of Doswell wrote:
As a Virginia resident I am outraged that Tamerlan Tsarnaev is buried in Caroline County Commonwealth of Virgina..COMMON IS RIGHT!! Our tax dollars are paying an armed Deputy to guard this burial site as they fear someone is going to dig him up etc. This Deputy should be out fighting crime not guarding a DEAD TERROISTS GRAVE Won't surprise me when we learn something like the above post takes place.(AS WELL IT SHOULD) Officials hold press conference stating they weren't asked and are angry too..I mean seriously they just come here and bury a man who set off two bombs and killed an 8 year old boy, mamed and dismembered hundreds of peopole & had the intentions to keep terroizing people, until the carjacked individual got away (GOOD FOR YOU)and police were able to take this terrosists life. His own country wouldn't accept his body to be buried there why should we have been buried this monster on US Soil He terrorized thousands of people If no one wanted him buried in their cemetaries in the states why wouldn't we incinerate his body & put his ashes in the landfill??? What some religious reason Hello he had no regard for life why should we care about his dead body...WE DO NOT WANT IT HERE I mean Virginia gets paid for bringing other states trash here..wonder how much Virgina was paid to accept and bury a TERROSIT in our state.
paula e

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May 13, 2013
 
I am not a law enforcement official in worcester massachusetts or a politician in the city or in the state of massachusetts. However, i am well aware of details that occured in this state.I am appalled that your sheriff or governor were not notified of ANY of this.It was up to the Worcester police dept. to do so, as well as the Governor.At this point i am totally disgusted with the local officials and state officials that hit you blind sided. We have been led to believe that we have the right to free speech, however,I have gone through alot of work to remaim unknown. i will however update more information to you as time goes on.
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May 13, 2013
 
Virginia Lee wrote:
Well, as a Virginia resident, I am proud that one of our own had the decency and compassion to do the proper thing, in accord with our population's overwhelmingly Christian ethic. During any war we've engaged in--even with enemies as appalling as the Nazis--we had the decency to give them their last rites and bury them. Burial has been, primarily, a matter not of respect for the dead, but of the living, because a dying corpse promotes disease with its decay. First and foremost, it's a matter of basic sanitation. Over the centuries, every individual culture arrived at its own belief's funereal traditions, according to their area's individual needs and religious customs. This respected the living who remained. Everyone knew they, too, would reach the same state one day. Christianity is, above all, a faith that believes in forgiveness. If you cannot forgive the dead, good grief--what kind of person are you, other than a grudge-bearing individual being eaten up by life's ills? And most certainly, not one of any of the major religious faiths--Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity,or Islamic--does not urge us to forgive. Even cremation laws require the ashes be buried, so burial one way or the other is required, by law (which address that primary reason of sanitation, and not individual religious beliefs). Any parent--no matter how appalled by their child's actions--still mourns the death of their child. Any parent will tell you that, despite everything they did, something went wrong--they do not know what or when or why, but it went wrong, and they mourn grievously for everyone harmed, as well as for the little one they'd raised and who became so very different later on. What Tsarnaev did was beyond the imagination; however, we've had our own, native-born-and-bred perpetrators of evil: Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, Ted Bundy, Jim Jones, Charles Manson, John Allen Mohammed, Coral Eugene Watts...the list goes on for those merely within the last half-century. Each was responsible for the most vile, despicably torturous deaths of dozens--in some instances, hundreds--of people. Even those others who've committed similarly appalling crimes who are sentenced to death, we bury their remains and give them their final rites. Forgiveness is an act that works more for the one doing the forgiving than for the one being forgiven: It allows us to move on. So, LeighAnn--I would suggest that we all just demonstrate to the entire world exactly how much of a decent, civilized people we are by burying a man who symbolizes great pain to us. The sooner we do, the sooner we can forget him.
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Son of the Confederacy

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May 13, 2013
 
In September 1066 King Harold of England told King Hardrada of Norway that all he had to offer the Norse invader was "Six feet of English soil" to be buried in. At that time and for centuries after, it was considered the ultimate insult to be buried by your undefeated enemies in their soil. That is why the South insisted on removing the Confederate dead from the Gettysburg battlefield and reburying them in Richmond. The reason why American soldiers killed in Germany in World War II were buried at Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery in Belgium was so that they would not be buried in the enemy's country. It is still behind the American (and British) army's ethos to "leave no comrade, alive or dead, in the hands of the enemy."

Tamerlan Tsarnaev is where he belongs and deserves to be, buried in the soil of a country that he hated and could not defeat.
legalcostsinvolv ed

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May 13, 2013
 
LeighAnn of Doswell wrote:
As a Virginia resident I am outraged that Tamerlan Tsarnaev is buried in Caroline County Commonwealth of Virgina..COMMON IS RIGHT!! Our tax dollars are paying an armed Deputy to guard this burial site as they fear someone is going to dig him up etc. This Deputy should be out fighting crime not guarding a DEAD TERROISTS GRAVE Won't surprise me when we learn something like the above post takes place.(AS WELL IT SHOULD) Officials hold press conference stating they weren't asked and are angry too..I mean seriously they just come here and bury a man who set off two bombs and killed an 8 year old boy, mamed and dismembered hundreds of peopole & had the intentions to keep terroizing people, until the carjacked individual got away (GOOD FOR YOU)and police were able to take this terrosists life. His own country wouldn't accept his body to be buried there why should we have been buried this monster on US Soil He terrorized thousands of people If no one wanted him buried in their cemetaries in the states why wouldn't we incinerate his body & put his ashes in the landfill??? What some religious reason Hello he had no regard for life why should we care about his dead body...WE DO NOT WANT IT HERE I mean Virginia gets paid for bringing other states trash here..wonder how much Virgina was paid to accept and bury a TERROSIT in our state.
hey whos gunna pay for all the 24/7 security on public roads leading to the al bezerk cemetery??? Your lookin at big bills and what if one those nice ladies from Westboro Baptist slip and fall and you forgot uh oh to put a handicap federally painted parking spot sign on pavement OH NO!! Yeah oh no as in obozo! Your getting sued by those nice female attorneys from Westboro Baptist Church! And sue you they will and broke you will be thats Westboro Baptist Church LLC. Can we say llc boyz and gurls! Oh NO! Yeah oh no is right and sue you they will! and cry and cry you will!! You wont have a pot to piss in!! Yall better get lawyered up on a 360 24/7 legal counsel or my god land of goshen youll have to put the town up for sale to cover the legal cost! Laugh now because when those nice ladies show up from Westboro Baptist Church and show up they will the legal costs will be astronomical astounding!! Please give yourself peace of mind and comfort hire a lawyer as part of the towns budget say base pay at $450,000 grand a year base with medical dental 401k plus state annuity and life time expense account! That would probably get you oh um uh um say some one from Harvard law school 3rd year student!
legalcostsinvolv ed

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May 13, 2013
 
Son of the Confederacy wrote:
In September 1066 King Harold of England told King Hardrada of Norway that all he had to offer the Norse invader was "Six feet of English soil" to be buried in. At that time and for centuries after, it was considered the ultimate insult to be buried by your undefeated enemies in their soil. That is why the South insisted on removing the Confederate dead from the Gettysburg battlefield and reburying them in Richmond. The reason why American soldiers killed in Germany in World War II were buried at Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery in Belgium was so that they would not be buried in the enemy's country. It is still behind the American (and British) army's ethos to "leave no comrade, alive or dead, in the hands of the enemy."
Tamerlan Tsarnaev is where he belongs and deserves to be, buried in the soil of a country that he hated and could not defeat.
hey mister whos gunna pay for all the welfare these foreign students got and their NOW defaulted student loans? I love OBAMA and his expired student visa programs AH AH HA HA HA HA HA! Hey heres the funny part Paducah KY Yur payin fer it out of your federal taxes babe! Put that in yur pipe see how yur ship floats ah ah ha ha ha ha ha ha hahhaaaaaa! I see these kids today out of school by 1pm skate boardin hey man wanna see me do a half pipe? NO but id like ta put my foot up your ass your punk ass momas ass and yer looser alcoholic doper daddy that brought yur welfare reliant ass into obama land ya little ass wipe!! Kids today dontcha just hatem!!! Little good fer nothin nobodys just suckin up space resources and welfare!!
legalcostsinvolv ed

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May 13, 2013
 
Virginia Lee wrote:
Well, as a Virginia resident, I am proud that one of our own had the decency and compassion to do the proper thing, in accord with our population's overwhelmingly Christian ethic. During any war we've engaged in--even with enemies as appalling as the Nazis--we had the decency to give them their last rites and bury them. Burial has been, primarily, a matter not of respect for the dead, but of the living, because a dying corpse promotes disease with its decay. First and foremost, it's a matter of basic sanitation. Over the centuries, every individual culture arrived at its own belief's funereal traditions, according to their area's individual needs and religious customs. This respected the living who remained. Everyone knew they, too, would reach the same state one day. Christianity is, above all, a faith that believes in forgiveness. If you cannot forgive the dead, good grief--what kind of person are you, other than a grudge-bearing individual being eaten up by life's ills? And most certainly, not one of any of the major religious faiths--Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity,or Islamic--does not urge us to forgive. Even cremation laws require the ashes be buried, so burial one way or the other is required, by law (which address that primary reason of sanitation, and not individual religious beliefs). Any parent--no matter how appalled by their child's actions--still mourns the death of their child. Any parent will tell you that, despite everything they did, something went wrong--they do not know what or when or why, but it went wrong, and they mourn grievously for everyone harmed, as well as for the little one they'd raised and who became so very different later on. What Tsarnaev did was beyond the imagination; however, we've had our own, native-born-and-bred perpetrators of evil: Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, Ted Bundy, Jim Jones, Charles Manson, John Allen Mohammed, Coral Eugene Watts...the list goes on for those merely within the last half-century. Each was responsible for the most vile, despicably torturous deaths of dozens--in some instances, hundreds--of people. Even those others who've committed similarly appalling crimes who are sentenced to death, we bury their remains and give them their final rites. Forgiveness is an act that works more for the one doing the forgiving than for the one being forgiven: It allows us to move on. So, LeighAnn--I would suggest that we all just demonstrate to the entire world exactly how much of a decent, civilized people we are by burying a man who symbolizes great pain to us. The sooner we do, the sooner we can forget him.
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absolutely couldnt agree with ya more baby kakes however kup kake i would like to point out to yur punk ass its commin out of yur federal taxes your state taxes and local taxes of which virginia and caroline county have some of the highest if not highest taxes in the US> R LEE ERMEY SAID ITS YOUR JELLY DOUGH NUT YOU EAT IT SWEET HEART CUZ YUR PAYIN FER IT not to bright honey bunns !!
Son of the Confederacy

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May 13, 2013
 
legalcostsinvolved wrote:
<quoted text>hey mister...id like ta put my foot up your ass your punk ass momas ass and yer looser alcoholic doper daddy that brought yur welfare reliant ass into obama land ya little ass wipe!! Kids today dontcha just hatem!!! Little good fer nothin nobodys just suckin up space resources and welfare!!
I ordinarily don't respond to semi-illiterate assholes but in your case I will make an exception.

My "alcoholic doper daddy" was a decorated World War II veteran who got a destroyer knocked out from under him by a Japanese kamizaze near Okinawa. He had burns and broken ribs but still managed to keep another unconscious sailor afloat until they were picked up. My "punk moma" lost her brother KIA in Korea. Both my parents worked all their lives at jobs that paid little more than minimum wage. They died poor but never collected a dime in government money except the little bit of Social Security that they had earned.

Now if you ever happen to say what you just said about them to me face to face I will be more than happy to give you an old fashioned Southern style lesson in respect.
legalcostsinvolv ed

Lewiston, ME

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May 14, 2013
 
Son of the Confederacy wrote:
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I ordinarily don't respond to semi-illiterate assholes but in your case I will make an exception.
My "alcoholic doper daddy" was a decorated World War II veteran who got a destroyer knocked out from under him by a Japanese kamizaze near Okinawa. He had burns and broken ribs but still managed to keep another unconscious sailor afloat until they were picked up. My "punk moma" lost her brother KIA in Korea. Both my parents worked all their lives at jobs that paid little more than minimum wage. They died poor but never collected a dime in government money except the little bit of Social Security that they had earned.
Now if you ever happen to say what you just said about them to me face to face I will be more than happy to give you an old fashioned Southern style lesson in respect.
man your stoopid i said kids not you but i might as well include you since you cant understand plain english! Get off the cpu before moma and dady findz out and and go get finish high school and learn to follow the topix clam brains!! Also try a sylvan learning center they may be able to help you out academically and also go see neurologist you potata head!
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May 14, 2013
 
Son of the Confederacy wrote:
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I ordinarily don't respond to semi-illiterate assholes but in your case I will make an exception.
My "alcoholic doper daddy" was a decorated World War II veteran who got a destroyer knocked out from under him by a Japanese kamizaze near Okinawa. He had burns and broken ribs but still managed to keep another unconscious sailor afloat until they were picked up. My "punk moma" lost her brother KIA in Korea. Both my parents worked all their lives at jobs that paid little more than minimum wage. They died poor but never collected a dime in government money except the little bit of Social Security that they had earned.
Now if you ever happen to say what you just said about them to me face to face I will be more than happy to give you an old fashioned Southern style lesson in respect.
oh and in case you didn't know you country bumpkin your taxes pay for the welfare boston bombers got plus their free education at umass dartmouth and their section 8 houses and and the diapers provided by welfare
because they have diaper exchange program in massachusetts. Maybe next time you idiot you will take time to read the forum topix or----or do i have to do that for you to ding bat. Try using a THINK AND DO READING BOOK! I guess life passed you by in elementry school or in yur case "elahmantary skoal" no pun intended johnny reb!! HA HAHA KLAM BRAINS! So stupid it took U 2 hours to watch 60 minutes!! SEEZ YA I'm on the fly 2by I'M EAST BOUND DOWN PEDAL TO THE METAL BLACK PETEY HEADED NORTH ON 80! Your gunna have to get up early son to mess with me! C______----uuuu-----_____ZZ^v^
HA HA HA HA Gotcha intellectually KAJHON STYLE!
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May 14, 2013
 
william peterson wrote:
I'd like to go to his grave, cut his arms and legs off, spit on him and hope that whatever God he prays to passes on the feeling for all eternity. Coward.
enjoy it your taxes payin for the welfare they got on expired student visas thank washington politicians not me
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May 14, 2013
 
It didn't take long for certain agencies to appear and take credit for their role in the transfer of the body.People must remember that Ego's are involved here, not the truth.My heart is with the Virginian people and Officials,however the law is the law.I know the Funeral Home in Massachusetts did everthing they could and also followed the law(s) precisely.
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May 14, 2013
 
There are those that wondered why he wasn't buried at sea.this was an option.However, looking back at Bin Laden, he was buried at sea by the military.Because of this, there are conspiricy thoerists that still wonder if he was really killed.What they should of done was return the body to his family publicly and that would of ended any rumors.Some also say that Ruslan (the uncle)is only looking for publicity,this is not true,he wants it put to rest and it was done legally.He also has had NO CONTACT with the two nephews for years.There are also those police officials in Worcester, Massachusetts that claim that they planned EVERYTHING out for the transfer in terms of the logistics involved,This is a lie.They should of had the decency to communicate directly to the Sherrif in doswell what was comming. The Governor of Massachusetts should also have contacted the Governor in Virginia,he did not.Because this was a family member taking responsibility, the funeral home by law could say nothing.It only became public once the death certificate was released in Massachusetts
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May 15, 2013
 
Son of the Confederacy wrote:
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I ordinarily don't respond to semi-illiterate assholes but in your case I will make an exception.
My "alcoholic doper daddy" was a decorated World War II veteran who got a destroyer knocked out from under him by a Japanese kamizaze near Okinawa. He had burns and broken ribs but still managed to keep another unconscious sailor afloat until they were picked up. My "punk moma" lost her brother KIA in Korea. Both my parents worked all their lives at jobs that paid little more than minimum wage. They died poor but never collected a dime in government money except the little bit of Social Security that they had earned.
Now if you ever happen to say what you just said about them to me face to face I will be more than happy to give you an old fashioned Southern style lesson in respect.
atitiude location locatio location did you know kreema russel was a shop lifter??
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May 16, 2013
 
Son of the Confederacy wrote:
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I ordinarily don't respond to semi-illiterate assholes but in your case I will make an exception.
My "alcoholic doper daddy" was a decorated World War II veteran who got a destroyer knocked out from under him by a Japanese kamizaze near Okinawa. He had burns and broken ribs but still managed to keep another unconscious sailor afloat until they were picked up. My "punk moma" lost her brother KIA in Korea. Both my parents worked all their lives at jobs that paid little more than minimum wage. They died poor but never collected a dime in government money except the little bit of Social Security that they had earned.
Now if you ever happen to say what you just said about them to me face to face I will be more than happy to give you an old fashioned Southern style lesson in respect.
go back read the post i said kids not you ! Go back to school and learn how to read write and spell or in your case SPULL!! Get off the cpu before ya get sent to bed without supper or your skate board! Never ceases to amaze the idiots on these Topix sites!! I'm on the fly Peety Built-- pedal to the metal East bound down on route 80 due east into Man the Hattan seez ya!

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