King dig raises ethical questions
I have followed reports on the search for King Richard III's remains with interest, but wonder if the dig raises ethical and moral questions?
Can disturbing a grave ever be justified on the grounds of mere historical curiosity as opposed to the advancement of knowledge?
What is to happen to the bones of any friars which are dug up on the site and tested for DNA?
Secondly, I cannot see how Richard, or his reputation, will benefit even if his final resting place is discovered.
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Am I alone in thinking that it is a pity that the tens of thousands of pounds being spent on this will-o'-the-wisp project could not have been used to fund something more worthwhile?
Ralph Green, Leicester.