At this moment, the City of Memphis and the sham non-profit it supposedly sold these city parks to,…

At this moment, the City of Memphis and the sham non-profit it supposedly sold these city parks to, which are located on downtown parcels worth millions for $1,000.00 each, are both in violation of the following statute. Not to mention the provisions of the Tennessee Heritage Protection Act.

TENNESSEE CEMETERY & BURIAL SITE LAWS 46-1-102

Definitions

As used in chapters 1 and 2 of this title, unless the context otherwise requires:

(1) “Cemetery” means any land or structure in this state dedicated to and used, or intended to be used, for interment of human remains;

(3) “Cemetery purposes” means any and all things requisite or necessary for or incident or convenient to the establishment, maintenance, management, operation, improvement and conduct of a cemetery, the preparation of the premises for interment and the interment of the human dead, and the care, preservation and embellishment of cemetery property;

46-2-105. Crimes and offenses

(a) No person shall willfully destroy, deface, or injure any monument, tomb, gravestone, or other structure placed in the cemetery, or any roadway, walk, fence or enclosure in or around the same, or injure any tree, plant or shrub therein, or hunt or shoot therein, play at any game or …

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