"The murder of an 81-year-old man in a Rhode Island cemetery by an 80-year-old acquaintance stemmed from an unpaid church loan, authorities say.
Cloud had met Acquisto in Pocasset Hill Cemetery to discuss the debt, and Acquisto shot him to death. Acquisto was later shot dead by cops after he fled to a residential neighborhood."
New York Daily News
My thoughts on this peculiar story:
You don`t lend a significant amount of money to an octogenarian, he`s liable to die any day and you`ll never see your money again.
Why is a church is the money-lending business? If a parishioner is in need of money, after he`s properly vetted, the church should give him the money.
Any story that ends with two octogenarians dead is hardly tragic, good riddance to both of them.