The victims from the Boston Marathon bombings have been laid to rest. But what about the body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev? His parents and widow have refused to claim his body. And now, Massachusetts cemeteries are refusing Tsarnaev's body as well.
Since he was killed on April 19, Tsarnaev's body has remained at the Boston morgue. Peter Stephan, owner of Graham Putney and Mahoney Funeral Parlor, finally agreed to make arrangements for the body -- despite the jeers of protesters. "They can protest, but what do you do? In this country, we bury the dead," he said. But Stephan hasn't been able to find Tsarnaev a final resting spot, and Islamic law prohibits cremation.