British man charged with demolishing gravestones in graveyard to extend house wall fined

Respect for the mortals that are not in the past, but also in the past, most likely to be a homme d’affaires à la retraite de 73 ans au Royaume-Uni ne l’ait pas fait et s’est retrouvé dans une rangée pour la same thing. Charles Ryan, whose home is near a cemetery, removed part of his wall in an attempt to expand his home, allegedly damaging some gravesites in the process. A report from DailyMail said that he had cut an 11-foot stretch of dry stone wall, after which he extended its back wall into the space next to several headstones. Ryan was expanding his garage to improve living space for himself and his wife.

According to Quebec residents in Durham County, this was done without any permission from the authorities. Someone named John Nicholson also claimed that his grandparents’ graves were damaged during work. Opposing Ryan’s renovations, he said: “My grandparents’ headstone now rests face down on the floor of the construction that has been done. It’s hard to believe that someone would be so disrespectful that they would tear down a cemetery wall and desecrate graves. The alleged desecration is currently being investigated by the police.

The Durham County Council has given Ryan an ultimatum to tear down his garage wall and rebuild the cemetery wall as he would next summer.

However, Ryan vehemently defended himself saying that the wall in question was already damaged. He claimed that he himself built the wall 35 years ago and that the expansion was done for his safety and that of his wife, both 70 years old. “Previously, you couldn’t even see the wall because it had overgrown the trees and ivy around it,” he added.

He also lashed out at the council, reiterating his claims in a bulletin that some of the graves had become dangerous and should be destroyed. He expressed his dissatisfaction with the people who have not read the newsletter and therefore cry. “I have the opportunity to appeal because the council did not know that the wall was already collapsed,” he said.

Although his defense was not well received by his neighbors, he criticized Internet “trolls” for exaggerating the problem.

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