James Fox, a pro­fessor of crim­i­nology at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, said it is not unusual for noto­rious crim­i­nals to be buried in undis­closed loca­tions to keep away the media, pro­testers and poten­tial van­dals. He said there could be an increased risk of a gravesite becoming a target in Lanza’s case because he took his own life and was not punished.


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