A Worcester funeral home owner is planning to release a book on finding a burial plot for Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of two brothers accused in the Boston Marathon bombings. Bree Sison reports
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Worcester’s police chief made a public appeal Wednesday for someone to come forward with a burial plot for one of the Boston Marathon bombings suspects.
Police spokesman Sergeant Kerry Hazelhurst said they hope to come to a resolution in days.
Now, there is a movement to raise money to send his remains back to Russia.
WBZ’s Beth Germano has confirmed that two cemeteries, one in West Roxbury, and one in Enfield, Connecticut, have turned down requests to having Tsarnaev buried there. Cemeteries in New Jersey have also said no.
Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev appeared to be “well on the road to radicalization” ahead of his trip to Russia in 2012, a source told CBS News on Friday.