It's unclear whether a coffin at Lakeview Funeral Home would ever hold the body of an alleged bomber, according to funeral director Christopher Malone.
police say bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body is now buried,
after cemeteries refused to bury it for fear of stigma. But years ago on
this week, Chicago, not Boston, was the city experiencing this dilemma
-- with not one, but four notorious bodies. We learn how today's Cook
County officials and local experts on the dead would manage a body that
no cemetery wants.