Four months afterward the Arlington National Cemetery Record keeping Scandal has not been resolved. The number of graves involved is still not known. A solution is on the way, but there has been no date given for a resolution.
Arlington National Cemetery officials said they are making progress in rectifying the problems with more than 200 grave-sites identified in an Army Inspector General’s report by verifying paperwork, using ground-penetrating radar and, in a few cases, digging up graves with a backhoe.
But although it has been four months since the report was released, many of the record-keeping issues remain unresolved, the full scope of the problems at the nation’s premier military cemetery is unknown and the cemetery’s leadership cannot say how long it will take to fix the situation.
Funeral Industry| Funeral News| Funeral Blog by Your Funeral Guy
Related articles by Zemanta
- You: 2 bodies found in wrong plots at Arlington cemetery (washingtonpost.com)