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The grave we were to exhume was in a third house away from his.
Jim and Yvonne Collinson, from Perth, Scotland, asked police to exhume the body of 17-yearold James, who died at Deepcut, Surrey, in March this year from a single gunshot to the head.
The plan to exhume his body is her way of letting him finally rest in peace and ensuring that his legacy is his amazing musical talent, not a sick freak show.
Detectives also tried to exhume the body of patient Marie Fernley, 53, from her grave in her native Malta, but her family refused.
According to media reports, a seven-member team headed by police surgeon will exhume his body.
However when it was inquired as to why they wanted to exhume my son's body he said that he has only been directed to seek permission for exhumation of his body.
Then we will be in contact with the Swiss team or any other team that could come and exhume the body.
London, Dec 28 (ANI): Descendants of John Wilkes Booth have agreed to exhume his body for DNA testing in an attempt to determine whether the assassin of President Abraham Lincoln escaped his well-recorded shooting death and lived for 40 years in Texas and Oklahoma.
Following discussions with senior scientists, I made a decision to apply to the relevant authorities for permission to exhume the body, as it appears that re-examination of the body, utilising techniques that did not exist in 1991, may assist us in identifying the man.
Professor John Burn, head of Newcastle University's Institute of Human Genetics, carried out tests to show a kidney alleged to belong to Christopher Rochester was not his, and said there was no need to exhume his body to prove the fact.
Officials at Sedgefield Primary Care Trust performed a medical review of Dr Martin's practice, after which Durham police applied for permission to exhume the bodies of three patients.