It's a crime that can leave those left behind haunted for the remainder of the lives but is nothing more than a 'slap on the wrist' for whoever is responsible. Right now in Washington state, the improper disposal of human remains is a misdemeanor. That means if someone is found dumping a body, they may not serve any jail time.
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