I would like to ask a simple question and get some feedback on a subject that may be controversial. The question is, which "religious freedoms are protected in the United States". I'll clarify, should any citizen of the United States be restricted from practicing their religious beliefs. For instance a man passes away and some of his descendants are say Devout Christians, another is agnostic and yet another is say a convert to Judaism, or Islam or any other religious sect or belief. The man is buried in accordance with the Law . His Burial ceremony is conducted in a manner that is not recognized by the other family members and friends or acquaintances. Should any law restrict how people conduct themselves during private graveside rituals or ceremonies according to their beliefs even if it means not recognizing the beliefs or rituals contrary to theirbeliefs while you visit. Should one groups beliefs be held above the others. I'm asking based on some video I've seen of people being video taped removing Decorations from cemetery gravesites and wondered if it could affect me or anybody else. it was disturbing. Most Cemetery's are privately owned or maintained by local Govt. Most are privately owned though. The Cemetery's rules give no preference to any group and a Multi denominational policy is portrayed and maintained.