The case against Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home and their funeral home manager, Michael J. Orcutt is heating up again. Through various inside sources -- sources on the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board -- it has been discovered that "action is to be taken against Michael J. Orcutt and Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home.
This decision has come in a few forms. These forms are of two kinds -- the safe and the dangerous. The safe kind is that the decision is "to elect to go further into the investigation". The Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board, in an effort to avoid to same melee that attacked them before, have been tight lipped about their conclusions. Their necessary need to avoid any attention has forced them, however instinctually and nicked-named 'legally" -- to avoid any serious comment besides, "We are awaiting a 'notice of disciplinary action' by the Attorney General's Office". They have decided to play the "pass-off game" in giving any inquiries to another party to avoid attention. The funeral business, incestious as it is, needs this for save a man shall infiltrate their underground world.
The dangerous kind is that the Attorney General's Office has secretly issued a decision SUSPENDING Michael J. Orcutt's license for thirty-days until they can decided if further action is to be taken. Only an inside source, speaking secretly to the Willammette Weekly's Angela Valdez, has stated such. Of course, they might not say this now, since the article is out.
The Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board declines to answer any questions for fear of further melee, but what they do not understand is that this is their job and to sweep garbage under the carpet . . . only creates a lump.