In response to Marc Rosenbaums letter (Herald, March 17), I am furious at the existence in modern America of such an ignorant stance. Many people, as toddlers, learn dont touch that its not yours!
How do the bones and belongings of my ancestors become Rosenbaums, to do with as he pleases, for fun and profit? Would he feel warm and fuzzy if somebody dug up his great-grandfather for display and charged admission? Maybe a few chuckles from onlookers as the story is told about how the grave was robbed and nobody got caught?
Deliberate ignorance is not pitiful but disgraceful.
Gail Swinderman, Durango