“In the Matter of the Disinterment of Warren G. Harding, Deceased”
Yes, that’s a real case; here’s the opening paragraph of the applicant’s reply brief:
Applicant James Blaesing’s (“Applicant”) efforts to collect DNA from President Warren Harding’s remains present a unique disinterment scenario. This is not a dispute over a decedent’s final resting place or a battle over estate proceeds. This is an attempt by President Harding’s grandson to prevent others from questioning his lineage and usurping his right to control how his family’s story is told….
Applicant seeks universal, permanent recognition ofhis ancestry, not wealth or worldly resources. “Proper pride in one’s ancestry
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