As reporting standards fall further each year, it becomes increasingly difficult to untangle the gibberish news services put out.
Here's a story about an enthusiast identifying bodies in graves with unreadable or uninscribed headstones (dear print media professional: what is an "anonymous headstone"?).
If he can't read the headstones how does he know which grave holds which discovered identity? Or has he simply identified the grouping of three?
This is an AP wire story and I though the local editor might have cut it to fit. But as I travel the Net I see it is the same length everywhere, including the source.