An army investigation has unearthed another unmarked casket at the historic burial site at Arlington. “An engineering technician who works on burials at Arlington National Cemetery provided a startling sworn statement about misplaced remains at the cemetery to an Army investigating officer in late July. The Army launched an internal investigation last summer after Salon began exposing burial errors at the cemetery, including a fiasco in May 2003 in which the cemetery went to bury a Navy captain in grave 449 of section 68 of the cemetery, only to find unknown, unmarked remains already there,” reports Salon. The technician affirmed that other discoveries of casketed remains in officially unoccupied gravesites have been uncovered.
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