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Trafficking Investigations Put Surgeon in Spotlight

Date: February 10, 2011
Author: Doreen Carvajal
QUOTE: The illicit trade in human organs is a multimillion-dollar business built on paying desperately poor people to extract their organs — mostly kidneys. These organs are then sold and transplanted to wealthier people facing long waits on government-approved lists for legal transplants...in the late 1990s some members of the Kosovo Liberation Army held Serb prisoners in detention centers in Albania and executed them with gunshots to the head to extract organs for shipment to Istanbul.

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Grossed out.

The fact that this is happening is totally revolting to me.  I hope that he is burned at the stake.  I am sure that his patients feel guilty having stolen parts in their body.

-- MorningSun on July 27, 2011 09:59 AM (view details)

 
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