Aug 05, 2022
Horror after 31 decomposing bodies found with at least 1 set of remains left to rot since MARCH in public safety threat
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According to the Office of the Indiana Attorney General, Randy Ray Lankford agreed to surrender licenses for himself and his Jeffersonville facility last week.2Indiana suspended a Jeffersonville funeral home director’s license after 31 bodies were found improperly stored and decomposedCredit: Google Maps 2At least one set of remains left to rot since March (not pictured)Credit: WHAS
The Jeffersonville police in Indiana searched the facility in July and discovered 31 bodies in different stages of decomposition.
The corpses were allegedly in body bags and unrefrigerated.
Some of the bodies had been at the location for an “extended period,” investigators said, while one had been there since March, according to Fox 59.
Police also say they found the cremated remains of more than a dozen other individuals at the location.Read More in CrimeGRIM FIND Chilling moment suspect flees before mum's dead body is found next to crying babyBEACH TRAGEDY Brit tourist dies as lifeless body found on sunbed on Crete beach
Officers began their search after receiving a tip about an odor coming from the building.
In a statement, Attorney General Todd Rokita said that his office puts a high priority on protecting Hoosiers from harmful business practices and professional malpractice.
“In this case, our Licensing Enforcement team acted swiftly to take the appropriate actions.”
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“Grieving families must be able to trust that their loved ones’ remains will be respectfully and properly handled,” Rokita said.
“Further, the unsanitary conditions at this funeral home posed a clear and immediate threat to public health and safety. "
He continued to say that his office is committed to making sure that anyone entrusted with a professional license issued by the state is meeting the required standards.
The officers also found the cremated remains of 17 individuals.
Upon learning of the conditions at the facility, the Attorney General's team on July 26 filed for emergency license suspensions with the State Board of Funeral and Cemetery Service.Read More on The US SunKIMYE FOREVER? Kim & Kanye are 'working things out' amid rumors they're back togetherSILLY SAUSAGE Image of distant star posted by top scientist was actually a piece of CHORIZO
The Attorney General's office said the investigation is still ongoing.
"Anyone with information that might be helpful is asked to please contact the Attorney General’s Licensing Enforcement Section by calling 1-800-382-5516," said a statement from his office.
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‘Terrorist’ sprays bullets at packed bus leaving at least seven wounded including two critical in Jerusalem
A GUNMAN opened fire at a bus carrying Jewish worshippers in Jerusalem - injuring at least seven people.
Two victims are in a critical condition following the horror attack in the Old City - including a pregnant woman with abdominal injuries.4At least seven people have been injured after a gunman fired at a busCredit: Rex 4The gunman opened fire at the bus while it waited in a parking lot near the Western WallCredit: AP
It is understood she has undergone an emergency delivery - with the newborn in a serious but stable condition.
One man is being treated for gunshot wounds to the head and neck.
The bus was waiting in a parking lot near the Western Wall - the holiest site where Jews can pray - when it was hit by a hail of bullets.
Police say the suspected terrorist then fled the scene - leaving the bus riddled with bullet holes.More world newsSWAN ABOUT Rifle-wielding Taliban enjoy PEDALO rides to mark year since Afghan takeoverSICK REVENGE Iranian MP hints Salman Rushdie's horror stabbing was 'direct work' of Iran
Bus driver Daniel Kanievsky told how "everybody panicked" as gunfire rang out
He said: "I stopped at the station of the Tomb of David. At this moment, the shooting started.
"Two people outside I see falling, two inside were bleeding. Everybody panicked."
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The shooter later turned himself into Israeli authorities, according to cops.
Local media reported the suspect was a Palestinian from east Jerusalem.
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid said: "Let all those who wish us evil know that they will pay a price for any harming of civilians.
“Jerusalem is our capital and a center of tourism for all religions. Police forces and the IDF are working to restore calm and the feeling of security to the city."
Palestinian militant factions in Gaza praised the attack, however did not claim responsibility for it.
Gaza said the attack was “a natural response to the occupation’s daily crimes against our people, our country and major Muslim and Christian sites.”
The suspected Palestinian attack comes just a week after violence flared between Israel and militants in Gaza.
It comes a week after the worst outbreak of hostilities in more than a year, when Israeli jets pounded the narrow coastal strip in what the military said was a pre-emptive attack aimed at preventing an imminent threat to Israel.
At least 49 people were killed in Gaza and hundreds more wounded during 56 hours of fighting which also saw more than 1,000 rockets launched towards Israel by the militant Islamic Jihad faction.
Tensions have continued since, with three gunmen killed in a shootout with Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Nablus last week.4The suspect handed himself into police after fleeing the sceneCredit: AFP 4Two people are in a critical conditionCredit: Reuters