You are bat___ crazy. One minute you are questioning whether they are even tombs wondering "where are the bodies" yet many bodies have been found buried in all of the cemeteries, all in the traditional AE way, which I know is weird because they are frikin cemeteries. Now that you know there are bodies in these cemeteries you magically deflect your denialism to being an issue of whether or not they were "pyramid workers" or not. Classic Origyptian.
Hawass is an incompetent liar, how do we know these are even from the OK, the medical issues are not from working hard but rather from "crimes against humanity? Lol. Spin, spin, spin. Whatever you can imagine to argue against something without ever putting in the work to educate yourself before you speak. The workers cemeteries have been talked about many times before and yet here you are as if you are seeing it for the first time. News flash, there are definitely some glaring issues with the workers cemetery, but it ain't what you think. There is no doubt these people worked on the pyramids and the complex, problem though is that are from the 5th Dynasty, not the 4th. Not to mention the overwhelming majority of the burials at the main cemeteries date to the 5th and 6th Dynasties as well. Hmm. And of the 4th Dynasty burials the overwhelming majority of the are from the late 4th. I wonder if there tombs might have anything to say. Like this (again):
As for this tomb, it was the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Menkure, [living forever], who caused that it be [made], when [his majesty] was [upon] the road beside the pyramid, HirC (HY), in order to inspect the work on the pyramid: " Divine-is-Menkure." --- [there camel] the [naval] commander and the two high priests of Memphis, and the [workmen, standing upon it, to inspect the work on [the pyramid, "Divine-is-Menkure"]. - 50 men were assigned to do the work on it every day, besides [exacting of them, that which the r-1 desired. His majesty commanded that [no man
should be taken] for any forced labor, except to do the work on it, to his satisfaction.
Pfft. If one wants to make the argument the construction of the pyramids did not begin in the 4th Dynasty you are welcome to it, but there is no doubt the people buried in these tombs worked on them. None.
> It's as if you're trying to prove my own case for me.
You need no help from me. You've "proved your case" countless times day after day all by your lonesome.