Slidin Fast, Russell's grave with head stone is still near to the site where the pyramid was, as can be seen in this video.
Of course it was the WTS because they legally owned the site and the monument.
The owners of a personal tombstone in registration are the only ones that can legally do this, usually done so with knowledge and notification of the owners of the cemetery .
My personal guess is that the WTS will never put it back.
The damage that was done to it could have been repaired while in place.
Maybe replace it with a blue magic sign.
It's interesting how quickly the society sprung into action to remove the pyramid. It was vandalized only 2 or 3 weeks ago. They couldn't wait to take it down.
The pieces of the pyramid are being stored at the Coraopolis Assembly Hall garage for now. It had deteriorated to the point that there was a possibility of it falling in on itself. If a "person" was near it and injured, there could have been a lawsuit against the WT since they do own the plots there. I don't think the WT would have liked that. Now I'm not saying this to favor or defend the WT society, but it makes common sense to either fix it or remove it. It provided an excellent excuse to get rid of something that sheds unwanted light on their past history. Not much different than removing confederate statues from various states to forget, deny, or rewrite their legacy.