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WAR: US Military Accused of Harvesting/Selling Iraqi Body Parts

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posted on Dec, 27 2004 @ 11:02 PM
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You're right this is unbelievable! Now, lets see. How many ways can I say this? This is incredible. This claim is without merit. This report is utterly preposterous. This assertion is ridiculous. Thiis report is ludicrous. There!




posted on Dec, 28 2004 @ 12:31 AM
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The demand is certainly there,

organ transplantation over the last decade has created shortages in organ supply that have reached crisis levels worldwide.
www.centerspan.org...

The logistical problem is the rub. The time window is

[A] few hours' time, the typical time window necessary in organ donation work.


Possibilities:
1) Move recipient to Iraq for transplatation there. Q: Are there working decent medical facilities in Iraq somewhere? electricity, water, meds, etc.
2) Keep the donor alive on life support till harvest and immediate organ flight to recipient. Means someone is footing the bill to keep them sustained.
3) Ship living donor to recipient's transplant location.

Cutting organs out of already dead bodies doesn't sound credible.

Are there enough rich [and/or desperate enough] people not dependant on somekind of health insurance to support this? It would have to have a pretty fair profit margin for people to engage in it.

Honestly it sound easier to kidnap or negotiate with some faceless slum dweller in the recipient's home country that has been checked out to be disease free and compatible. War zones are hard to navigate. Although I am guessing STDs are not rampant in Iraq, so that would be a plus.
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posted on Dec, 28 2004 @ 06:02 AM
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I think, this whole theory is just sick!! It's too far fetched, and those EU secret services just know "too much". This is fishy. anyone believe that? It could be true though, but not in this way. I'd be amazed, if those troops were talking about their experiences. This story is not the kind, which can be kept secret for even a day. So I think, the EU secret services got something really wrong... or just want to show up... to look good. Fine.



posted on Dec, 28 2004 @ 09:40 AM
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Which of the companies base in Iraq that are private companies deal with medical supplies, like civilian doctors, nurses and equipment?

And for something like this to happened it has to be a lot of money coming from private sources operating in Iraq.



posted on Dec, 28 2004 @ 10:20 AM
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What is also jawdropping that an article like this should appear in a Saoudi Arabian government controlled newspaper, even, no, especially if these unconfirmed and outrageous claim should be true, I mean the saoudi are (albeit ambiguous) american allies right ? ? ? ? Also the soudi Vice Police is keeping an eye on what goes to print ....

Could this be a revolting act from al-qaida supporter at the newspaper, i mean, we have seen Fidel Castro ridiculed in his own newspapers by rebel editors some time ago....

For the time being I cannot take the article too seriously as they refer to unnamed sources, wich is IMHO in many cases a sign of allegation without proper foundation....


[edit on 28-12-2004 by Countermeasures]



posted on Dec, 28 2004 @ 10:33 AM
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Unless the Marines use nothing but BB guns and 9mm, you're going to see some missing heads and eyes on the battlefield. Especially since a good number of casualties resulted from high calibre, aircraft mounted, rapid fire cannons. If it can cut buildings in half with a dull grey arc of DU, it can take off arms, punch out eyes, turn heads into red mist and shrapnel. Military rounds are still designed for maximum lethality right? Last I checked.

My guess is that someone picked up on the real story of missing body parts, and jumped to the conclusion of body snatchers.



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