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A criminal investigation has been launched at America's top military cemetery after the remains of eight people were found in a single grave marked 'unknown'.
Records at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington showed there was only one set of cremated remains interred in the grave
But in late October officials became aware of "questionable practices" and asked the Army's Criminal Investigation Command (CIC) look into allegations involving multiple burials
Three hundred thousand people are buried at Arlington, which was officially designated as a military cemetery in 1864.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
The mismanagement of these 6 or so unknowns would be less than .5% of the total. I'm not making any excuses but from a management stance that isn't bad.