Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom Signs Bill Legalizing Human Composting in California

Gateway Pundit | By Cristina Laila Published September 22, 2022 at 11:15am

Meanwhile in the Democrat hellhole of California…

Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill this week legalizing human composting.

Starting in 2027, human composting will be available as a new burial method in California.

The bill was introduced by Democrat assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens).

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Garcia actually argued that cremation is bad for the environment because there is a lot of carbon emissions.

“When we have a coffin and we put that into the ground, there’s a lot of chemicals that get leaked into the ground and often times it ends up in our water,” Cristina Garcia told KABC. “When we do cremation there’s a lot of carbon emissions.”

The California Catholic Conference objected and said human composting creates an “unfortunate spiritual, emotional, and psychological distancing from the deceased.” Kathleen Domingo, executive director of the California Catholic Conference said, adding, the process “reduces the human body to simply a disposable commodity.”

ABC 7 reported:

Starting in 2027, a different burial method will be available for Californians after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that allows human composting.

AB 351, introduced by Assemblymember Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens), allows for the method in which human remains naturally decompose over a 30-to-45-day period and are turned into a soil. That human-composted soil can then be returned to the deceased’s family or donated to conservation land.

Supporters say it’s an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional end-of-life options.

California will join four other states in the country – Washington, Colorado, Oregon and Vermont – in allowing human composting.

Micah Truman, CEO of Return Home in Washington, said human composting is an eco-friendly option.

“One cremation takes about 30 gallons of fuel to complete and blows 530 pounds of CO2 into the atmosphere,” Truman said.

He said human remains are placed in a vessel where the body is transformed into soil in 60 days.

“When it’s done we have soil that we give back to the family. The family can put it anywhere they want. The rules are identical to that of cremated remains,” Truman said.

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Cold Case: New ARRESTS

Cold Case: New ARRESTS

Cold Case: New ARRESTS

A couple has finally been arrested in connection with the thirty year old cold case where an infant’s remains were found in the trash.

On the morning of April 4, 1991, police in Nags Head, North Carolina were called to the 8600 block of East Tides Drive after receiving a report of human remains found in a rack that holds trash cans.

When officers arrived on the scene, they discovered the infant’s body, which had decomposed so badly that they were unable to establish its gender at the scene.

After the medical examiner performed the autopsy, the infant was identified as a boy who had died from blunt force trauma and asphyxiation.

Crime scene photo on East Tides Drive from April 1991

Police Chief Phil Webster has announced that his investigators have finally broke the case, thanks to the tireless efforts of law enforcement officers over the years who never stopped searching for answers.

“Over the years, the detectives and the officers that I have never met and never knew continued to look at this case and didn’t let it die,” he said.

Despite not being able to solve the crime at the time, Nags Head Police never gave up, continuing to work on the unsolved case of “Baby Doe.”

In 2019, officers decided to send the infant’s rib bone to Othram, a private lab in Woodlands, Texas, hoping for some new answers.

Even though the evidence was decades old, Othram was able to recover human DNA from the bone. They then used that material to conduct a genealogical profile, which eventually led Nags Head police to a family in Taylorsville, North Carolina.

“We needed to find closure for this community, for the department, for the family of the baby,” Chief Webster said.

Further investigation led to the arrests of Scott Gordon Poole, 54, and his wife, Robyn Lynn Byrum, 51, on October 21st, 2021. The couple have been charged with concealing the birth of a child, a Class I felony. According to police, additional charges may be pending.

Robin Lynn Byrum
Scott Gordon Poole

Bond for Poole and Byrum was set at $250,000 for both, and they have since been transferred to the Dare County Detention Center.


Construction Workers Discover Human Remains Digging Intersection in Detroit

Construction workers in Detroit discovered what appear to be human remains while digging up a sidewalk on October 1.

The crew found the human remains under a sidewalk at approximately 1:30 p.m. at the intersection of Fort Street and Cass Avenue, according to ABC 7.  The Detroit Police Department was called to the scene, and a homicide team determined that the bones appear to be human, ABC 7 reports.

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Authorities are unsure how long the bones have been under the sidewalk or how deep they were buried, according to ABC 7.

Police are still searching for a skull and the right torso of the skeleton. The search for the missing bones is near the I-75 and Palmer Street, as dirt from the construction site had been stored there before the construction crew’s discovery, ABC 7’s Darren Cunningham reports.

Authorities were able to determine the remains were male, and the bones were transported to the Wayne County Medical Examiner for analysis, Click on Detroit reports.

Some on Twitter have joked that the remains could be those of Jimmy Hoffa. “I’m not saying it’s Jimmy Hoffa, but I’m also not not saying it’s Jimmy Hoffa,” tweeted @Phil_Lewis_.



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