If you had to make a law defining what constitutes a crime with respect to the treatment of a dead body, how much leeway would you give to the new widowers and widows?I thought that was a funny comment, in a twisted sort of way.
My first question would be "why is "necrophilia" illegal anyway"?
Is it because there's no known way for the deceased to express consent?
Then we have this question:
I don't know how things go on a mountainside in Colorado, but isn't it conventionally "till death do you part"?Then there are all those questions about the right to privacy. Privacy should not be too quickly dismissed. Just because "A" wouldn't do something doesn't mean we should have a law preventing "E" from doing it.
Regards — Cliff