The FBI has joined the Detroit Police Department in investigating the shocking discovery at Cantrell Funeral Home.
Remains of 11 infants were found in the ceiling of the former funeral home building in Detroit on the night of Oct. 12.
The discovery has now triggered an investigation into another Detroit funeral home accused of improperly disposing remains. Investigators removed 63 fetuses from Perry Funeral Home Friday evening.
According to Chief Craig, there is no connection between Cantrell Funeral Home and Perry Funeral Home.
The allegations now have us asking: How did this happen and who should be held accountable?
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