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Justice Review panel on the subject of Richard III, London,England.: Remove the remains of King Richard III to a neutral site

Justice Review panel on the subject of Richard III, London,England.: Remove the remains of King Richard III to a neutral site

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Justice Review panel on the subject of Richard III, London,England.
In 2012 the remains of King Richard III, the Last Plantagenet King of England were discovered in a Car park at Leicester Social Services. The University of Leicester has had custody of the remains since then. It is a well known fact that little dignity has been shown towards the remains. King Richard has been held in a cardboard box. There is a current battle ongoing between the University of Leicester and The Plantagenet Alliance, a group of King Richard's collateral descendants, to determine where he should be interred which has been given to a Judicial Review to sort out. It is the concern of many that Richard's remains are being ill treated by the University of Leicester. There are some members among the University's board that want further access to Richard's remains after the question of interment is settled. There is also a program held by The University of a open bone lab where there share remains with other sources. King Richard III was a anointed King of England,who deserves the respect and dignity of anyone befitting his station, We ask that the Last Plantagenet King who died on August 22, 1485 at The Battle of Bosworth, has his remains removed from the custodial care of the University of Leicester and placed in a neutral place until such a time as his burial site is determined.