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Published: Saturday, May 4 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Florissant, MO

When the funeral home talked about past murderers, such as Ted Bundy, who Utah well remembers, there is one difference. Years had passed since the incidents and the community was not raw and in shock. I would not want this guy buried in my city, why not cremate him and send him back to mama?

Calgary, 00

MoJules, MO: That's is a terrific idea. I hope the funeral people see your answer. His mother would probably venerate his ashes, as she calls him innocent and framed.

Bountiful, UT

Cremate him.

Salt Lake City, UT

Tow him out to sea packed with explosives. . . blow him up and let the fishes have at him.

San Francisco, CA

His mother is hostile to America, blames this country for her family's troubles, and said they'd have been better off never coming here.

Why on Earth would she want her son buried in a place she hates, that he wanted to destroy, where people will always remember them with the sentiments reserved for Timothy McVeigh, Osama bin Laden, and the 9/11 terrorist mass murderers?

I'm sure the Tsarnaev family and all of America would be happier if the family had the non-surviving terrorist taken home for burial.

Ogden, UT

The Atlantic Ocean was good enough for Osama Bin Laden. It should be good enough for this terrorist too. Bury him in the ocean.


He's dead.
He can't hurt anyone else.

Who cares where he is buried? Let him be buried in an unmarked grave for now.

What did happen with Timothy McVeighs remains?

Council Bluffs, IA

McVeigh and Bundy were cremated and their ashes scattered at undisclosed locations,

Nies, MI

Allow his body to be buried with whatever rites his religion calls for. Not for his sake though. For ours. We are Americans, this is what we do. We honor religious freedom, even when we do not agree with it. And even though he was a murderer, now he must face his God and his judgement. He is beyond our judgement and our vengeance. Let us be true to our own principles.

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