A road widening project has been indefinitely halted after a Native American burial site was believed discovered in a construction zone for the 405 Freeway.
Construction workers who were excavating as part of the I-405 Improvement Project spotted the remains, including bones, on Sept. 25 at an undisclosed location. According to Eric Carpenter of the Orange County Transit Authority, agency officials are prohibited by law from providing a location or description of a grave or sacred places.
After consulting with the Orange County Coroner’s office, the case was passed to the California Native American Heritage Commission, which will try to find out which tribe the remains might be linked to.
“OCTA and its partners recognize the cultural sensitivity of the issue and will work with all parties involved to ensure appropriate and respectful procedures are followed,” Carpenter said. “It’s unclear at this point what effect, if any, it will have on the construction schedule or cost.”
No problem, Mark Macarro will claim them as his long lost Asian cousins and plant them in the Pachanga Tribal cemetery.
Go away 11:55 PM
Your post has nothing to do with the article
go start your own blog and leave this one alone. This one was designed for people that have been wronged by Tribal leaders as a place to vent their frustrations.
We don't give a shit about your Situs bullshit.
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