Those grave sites were apparently their targets, there and likely in this case, those which weren't visited very often [for whatever the particular survivor's reasons, if there even were any] or this heinous activity would have likely been uncovered far sooner than it was at the Chicago this crime scene discovered about 6 months ago.
That was their likely MO, look for grave sites not visited often and use those to rebury newly deceased and pocket the rather large ticket proceeds as anyone who's recently buried a loved one can attest, usually in the 5-15 thousand range today I know personally having buried my own beloved mother 2 years ago.
If you're not sure of which heinous crime I speak, you can read about that background here at Burr Ok.
Meanwhile, the US government's unusually ignorant employees have seemingly found yet another way to discredit and shame the very people who grant and protect the freedoms we people have in this country to be 'ungrateful assholes' such as those demented enough to even contemplate allowing such a morbid and unforgiving mistake much less executing the crimes.
Can you imagine being part of a grave desecration crew and not reporting it to someone? Hint hint......No Comprende Senor and and Senorita....
Then again, with the shape this country is in thanks to the massive immigration of the world's ignorant and uneducated, half the people working there could very well be alien to the English Language, if this turns out wasn't outright disgusting fraud and instead simple down home newfangled liberally created and nurtured 'American Illegal Alien' stupidity.
Thousands of Arlington Graves Could Be Mislabeled, Senator Says: "COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The Missouri senator whose subcommittee is investigating potential contracting fraud at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday said the number of mislabeled graves there could be in the thousands.
An internal Army investigation found at least 211 discrepancies between burial maps and grave sites at Arlington. The review found lax management
of the cemetery and a reliance on paper records to manage the burial sites.
At a news conference Monday in Columbia, Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill said the number of burial site errors could be much higher because the Army report was limited to a small section of the cemetery.
McCaskill called the growing scandal a matter of 'heartbreaking incompetence' and said the military has spent more than $5.5 million over seven years in its unsuccessful attempts to computerize the cemetery's burial records.
'At the very essence here you have waste,' she said. 'There may be fraud - we don't know at this point.' continue reading this story at FOXNews.com -