Georgia Crematory Ray Brent Marsh, the operator of Tri-State Crematory, now faces 204 criminal charges for allegedly dumping hundreds of bodies that were supposed to be cremated. Dozens of families are also lining up to file civil lawsuits against Marsh. NPR's Debbie Elliott has one family's story of shock and grief.
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Ray Brent Marsh, the operator of Tri-State Crematory, now faces 204 criminal charges for allegedly dumping hundreds of bodies that were supposed to be cremated. Dozens of families are also lining up to file civil lawsuits against Marsh. NPR's Debbie Elliott has one family's story of shock and grief.