Regional medical examiner's office buries seven unclaimed bodies
The Gloucester-Camden-Salem Medical Examiner's Office buries the bodies of seven people who remained unclaimed by family members on April 26, 2012.
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Since: Jun 08
#1 May 4, 2012
Sad to see these folks didn't have anybody willing to take care of them, BUT WHY do they need full service funerals likely paid-for by county citizens' taxes? Correct me if I'm wrong, but IF tax money was used, why were they not cremated and buried in inexpensive containers instead of $1200+ coffins with the expense of transportation and manpower? Is this typical New Jersey graft, or were there private benefactors paying the frieght?
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