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originally posted by: ketsuko
Pretty much in line with how Romany get treated across all of Europe. Doesn't make it any less disgusting.
originally posted by: and14263
a reply to: flammadraco
Relax. It is a story published to get people like you hyped.
The conspiracy should be focused on that I guess, not race.
SO a meeting about a racial issue and death
originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: Iamthatbish
Who gets the money back? The Muslim family that seems to think that, unless you are of the same faith, you're not good enough to be buried near them, or the family who buries the loved one in a place they paid for and didn't care who was next door?
Please find below a statement issued by Burbage Parish Council:
10th February 2015 In response to the article published in The Hinckley Times (5th February 2015) titled: Dispute of grave plots after burial of Gypsy, a spokesperson for Burbage Parish Council said: "An inaccurate, divisive and inflammatory article printed in The Hinckley Times appeared to indicate that Burbage Parish Council has considered the exhumation of a person recently interred at Burbage Cemetery – this is totally untrue and without foundation.
A number of years ago the Parish Council received correspondence from a Burbage resident requesting that provision be made at Burbage Cemetery for Muslim Burials. The Council were able to accommodate this request by facilitating swift arrangements for burial, providing a particular orientation to the grave and providing a larger size grave plot. The first Muslim burial at Burbage Cemetery took place several months ago. "More recently a non-Muslim family with special requirements, which could be met by the provisions already put in place, were allocated the next grave plots within the same area of the Cemetery.
Unfortunately a number of complaints followed and the Council initiated their correct procedures and considered the matter carefully. "Burbage Parish Council has sought to resolve this matter in a fair and transparent manner and has had extensive dialogue with both families concerned.
We have also taken extensive legal advice on all matters associated with the issues raised.
"Burbage Cemetery is a non-denominational, multi-faith facility and requests from all communities living in and around Burbage will be treated equally and fairly in line with our policies and the law.
At a meeting held 10th February 2015 the Council's existing policy was confirmed.
"The Parish Council regrets any distress." ENDS