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Published: Saturday, May 11 2013 5:00 p.m. MDT

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Hey It's Me
Salt Lake City, UT

The Oklahoma bomber was buried on U.S. soil nd he killed his fellow Americans. Nobody threw a hissy fit about that. He killed young kids in a daycare there as well as adults. Nobody seems to care where he is buried. Why?

HS Fan
Salt Lake City, UT

I'll support her all the way. Forgive the sinner, not the sin.

Tekakaromatagi
Dammam, Saudi Arabia

I agree with her. The man is dead, it is his widow that is trying to deal with the burial. Let it not be said that we oppressed the widow.

When I am buried I may be buried next to a scoundrel, I may be buried next to a saint. Neither will affect me. I will rise in the judgment based on what I did, not on who I was buried with.

UtahBlueDevil
Durham, NC

She has my vote as well. She has no need to feel any regret.

drumboy12
New York, NY

They could have cremated the body and put the ashes anywhere.

azgal
Buckeye, AZ

When I saw the headline yesterday, I thought, WELL, he has to be buried SOMEwhere, doesn't he??

What business does the media have helicoptering above the cemetery telling the whole world where he is? That's hardly news. Leave the dead be, let bygones be bygones.

Yes, that woman will be judged and NOT found lacking standing before her God for her part in providing this necessary deed of goodwill and closure for the family. I wish we ALL were more like her.

Don Bugg
Prince Frederick, MD

Is Baltimore supposed to be ashamed because John Wilkes Booth is buried there?

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