Of the ten known suspects in the Mumbai atrocity, nine got their fuzzy butts thumped from this mortal coil by various representatives of the Indian security forces.
I wake up this morning to discover news that warms the cockroaches of my savage little heart: USA Today and the Times Online report that the local Muslim graveyard in Mumbai is refusing to bury the little bugsnipes.
Apparently the cemetery that did the refusing has enough influence that the seven other Muslim graveyards in Mumbai probably aren't going to accept the carcasses, either; and the Australian is reporting that the Muslim Council of India is refusing to allow burial anywhere on Indian soil -- Mumbai or not.
You have no idea how much that makes me giggle.
The Indian Government is now having to decide what to do with the carcasses.
We here at The LawDog Files are of the opinion that scavengers gotta eat, too. Dump the meat on a convenient hilltop and let Mother Nature take over.
If the sight of dead murderers being, well -- useful -- might be considered a tad upsetting for sensitive eyesight, then Mumbai has that lovely ocean view -- and probably some excess chain and cinderblocks needing using.
The local sea critters would probably be most appreciative -- and five fathoms down should certainly be well out of view of even the most squeamish.