Lovely. It seems Wikipedia is also a purveyor of rumour and conspiracy theories: Alleged theft of remains
While I do not dispute the facts, or lack there of, regarding the accusation, the point is that it's a rumour. It's unproven. If I accuse Premier Putin's grandfather of having necrophilial relations with Lenin's body, it should not be reported in Wikipedia until there is evidence that it happened. Even if a hundred thousand people demand an examination of Lenin's cavities. Because it is a verifiable fact which has not been verified.
The simplest and most obvious method of giving this story justification is if the gravesite of Goyaałé (Geronimo) were opened and examined. If Harlyn Geronimo had an honest interest in resolving this it would be the first step. It would determine *if* the skull or femurs were missing.
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