“If we had Hitler here, we would bury Hitler”

Posted by on May 04, 2013 at 9:32 am

Good luck finding a cemetery to bury the worthless carcass of Speedbump Tsarnaev.  Have these idiots considered cremation? It’ll save a lot of headaches. And be assured if someone does offer to bury this piece of garbage word will surely get out as to where he’s planted.

A Worcester funeral home director was scrambling last night to find a cemetery that would bury the marathon bombings mastermind, as protesters jeered outside his door demanding that the bomber’s body be shipped out of the United States.

Emotions ran high outside the Graham, Putnam and Mahoney Funeral Parlor, which is handling the unenviable task of burying terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

“He should burn in hell,” said Ann Mink of Worcester, who was part of the sign-toting crowd.

Added Theresa Noye: “I would put him on a boat and drop him in the ocean with Osama bin 

Funeral home owner Peter Stefan told the Herald he has reached out to four cemeteries where Muslims are buried and so far all have turned him down.

Stefan said it would be impossible to send the body back to Russia and added the family wants Tsarnaev buried in Boston.

“They want to bury him here, in Boston, in a Muslim cemetery,” he said. “I’m not going to hold him too long, the federal government is involved in this. If need be I will request help from them. A person has to be buried. Period.

“If we had Hitler here, we would bury Hitler,” Stefan added.

A terrorism expert said the U.S. government should ship Tsarnaev’s body back to his parents in the Caucasus region of Russia.

We should not spend a penny doing that. Let those grifters pick up the tab if they want that thing back.

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2 Responses to ““If we had Hitler here, we would bury Hitler””

  1. macbrooks on 4/04/13 at 11:07 am

    Just cremate the remains and send the ashes to the folks back in Russia. If they don’t want them (an adult’s cremated remains fills a box that would fit a softball) just dump them out in the ocean or store them wherever you store unwanted/uncollected cremated remains.

    This isn’t rocket science, GP&M.

    mac :]

  2. Josie Angela on 4/04/13 at 4:37 pm

    The wishes of his surviving brother should be respected. It was his brother’s desire that he be a speedbump. Let him be a speedbump.