One of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists killed in a bloody rampage against the Paris magazine was buried Thursday in a coffin covered in cartoon drawings.
During a private funeral for Bernard (Tignous) Verlhac, the 57-year-old?s friends and family sketched final farewells on his casket as they remembered ?the King of Jokes,? BBC News reported.
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