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Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Payback from beyond the grave

 
Man injured by toppled tombstone charged

A man found trapped unconscious beneath a 1,000-pound tombstone in a cemetery faces charges and might have to pay for damages, police said.

Michael David Schreiber's legs were broken by the stone, and the family name on the gravestone left the letter "V" imprinted on his thigh, Merrillville Officer Ray Smith said.

He said it took five officers to remove the headstone from Schreiber's body Sunday morning at Calumet Park Cemetery.

Schreiber, 22, of Merrillville faces charges of criminal trespassing, criminal mischief and public intoxication, police said. He also might be ordered to pay for damage to 14 headstones, Police Chief Nicholas Bravos said. Estimated damage totaled about $8,400, Bravos said.
When will people learn that you just can't mess around with dead folks? They have NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE!!! He's just fortunate that he didn't have his brains eaten by zombies while awating rescue...

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Oh my gosh that's too funny! It's too bad that everyone can't afford a tombstone that will trap and permanently injure the idiot who messes with it.
Or maybe they could just sell them with zombie alarms.

When we lived in TX one of the Church members owned a "Memorial" company...they maked and engraved tombstones. They donated to our Church a stone with the Church's address on it and had one very similar to it in their front yard. Yeah, just what I want for my front yard...something that looks like a tombstone but has my house number on it. blech
 
I LOVE this!!!
That drunkard had to face some major payback from the ghosts of those graves he was messing with.
He'll probably have a cemetery phobia from now on.
 
Bet he won't drink & desecrate any more.
 
LOL!
 
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