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Subject Weirdness at Sandy Hook, Newtown Funerals .... Another Piece of the Smoking Gun ?
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Original Message I know certain cultures mandate quick burials, or burials within a particular time frame. That being said, something about the Newtown funerals isn't making sense.

Two of the children were buried less than 72 hours after their deaths. Their bodies were left at the school for 24 hrs, then transported to the funeral home. Funeral services were held for the first two on Monday morning.

These children have families, Aunts, Uncles, cousins, grandparents, who live near and far. So it stands to reason that the grieving would want those they love, who love them, who knew their children, beside them during the funeral planning and actual wake, services, etc. That time frame is pretty tight to pull all those people together, plan the service, caskets, etc.

Why are these families being rushed through this part of the process ?
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