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USAF Vet Asks To Bury Boston Terrorist In Arlington National Cemetery

SOURCE: http://bobpowell.blogspot.com/2013/05/outrage-as-usaf-vet-as...
VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GfhvFsK6HQ

Outrage surfaced around the country after a woman in Maryland tried to get the Department of Veteran Affairs to inter Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlane Tsarnaev in "her" plot in Arlington National Cemetery.

The request was promptly nixed by officials at Arlington, but even the thought that one of the most reviled terrorists in American history could be laid to rest in a field of honor among the nation's bravest warriors turned the stomach of many a veteran.

Stating that "the country would just have to get over" it's outrage at the thought of Tsarnaev's corpse polluting one of the nation's most hallowed spots, Julie Frein displayed an arrogance typical of ultra-liberals as the country slides towards destruction. Her lack of compassion for the bombing's victims and utter lack of respect for the final resting place of our greatest heroes are indicative of Liberal mental illness.

In this episode of The Truth Is Viral, we don't just say "NO!," to this insanity, but "Hell NO!"

UPDATE: Apparently Tamerlane Tsarnaev has found his "Final" resting place in a Muslim cemetery in Doswell Virginia. http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/10/us/virginia-boston-suspect-bur...

Personally I think it was a bad idea to publicize the whereabouts of this scumbag's final resting place (semi-final, he still has Hell to look forward to.)

This grave is going to attract nuts from all quarters; some will turn it into a hero's shrine, and probably many more will show up to desecrate it. Grab your popcorn everyone, this is going to be an interesting story to watch. It ain't over, it's just begun.

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Boston Globe tweet today:

The Boston Globe ‏@BostonGlobe
BREAKING: VA officials will investigate whether Tamerlan Tsarnaev burial complied with state law; may seek to "undo" it laws broken @mviser

To bury, not to praise
http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/05/08/bury-not-praise/...