This case from Los Angeles is absolutely horrifying to me, and I can't stand the thought of having family member's bodies lying on a slab, as a cadaver in the first place! As a high schooler in Virginia, we attended a cadaver's lesson at James Madison University. That was strange to me, and I never forgot it. A couple of years ago, one of my aunts passed away and donated her body to science, to help others. That was noble of her, but I would most certainly be ANGRY if I found out her body had been abused for someone's business adventure. Read the following story, and I'm sure you will feel the anger as well. (and rightfully so!)
Here's another story about a vacant funeral home, and bodies left behind.
And the last case I am posting, is an old case, but I know you all will remember it. Ray Brent Marsh operated the Tri State Crematory in Noble, Georgia and many bodies were not buried, but laying in the back yard, etc. Also, some individuals were receiving what they thought were "remains" of their loved ones, but in fact, was concrete and dirt.