Sanctity of Decomposed Body
1. Is it an indisputable canon of Halachic rabbinical law that a site of land that contains the remains of Jews (e.g. only minute remnants of bones and/or ashes) unlawfully killed should be classified as a "cemetery"? If not, what is such a site of land to be classified as? 2. Is it also an indisputable canon of Halachic rabbinical law that such minute remains, albeit so small as to be unidentifiable individually on such a site of land, must not be "disturbed" in any way and for any purpose whatsoever? 3. Is is therefore "permissible", or even "required" – or NOT as the case may be – that at such sites of land there should be erected or created forms of Jewish memorials? A detailed answer, with reference to relevant sources, would be much appreciated. Thankyou.