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originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
I would be disgusted more about the act itself if done illegally, whether Clinton or Trump were involved. As to the phone, the recipient can always change their cell phone number, it's easier than changing out a heart and kidney. Question is, if the heart and kidney came from an overseas donor via Thaci, there is a high probability the shipping time of say 10 hrs could make the organs unusable. I wonder if there is human trafficking here as well? Thaci brings the donor in alive, kills them and harvests their organs on US soil, delivers the organs and dumps the body, it could happen that way, right?
Cheers - Dave
originally posted by: queenofswords
a reply to: IAMTAT
Check this out, IAMTAT: thediggings.com...
At an exposure of black shale in Marion County, Ark., samples were collected that have the highest uranium content yet reported from black shale in the United States. The most uraniferous samples collected by the authors contained 0.55 percent uranium, but a shale sample from the same locality with a uranium content of 0.71 percent has been reported. Less than 1 ton of highly uraniferous shale is present at the locality, but the geologic relations are significant because they suggest specific conditions under which uranium may be syngenetically concentrated in marine black shale. The study of this and other nearby deposits in the Chattanooga shale in north Arkansas was made as part of an investigation on behalf of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission of uranium-bearing black shale in the Midcontinent region.
originally posted by: nobunaga
a reply to: jadedANDcynical
i really think this is a small piece in the puzzle, but shows if you are rich and powerful, you can get organs no problem
originally posted by: flyingdutchman2112
There is a dark side to the organ transplant industry, honestly everyone should get off the list. It's just a bunch of crooked doctors and people who think they have more right to your organs than you do. UCLA was involved in this sort of thing with the Japense Yakuza and I'm sure this sick culture of pay for organs happens all the time. Didn't Hilary take money from some Kosovan organ profiteer.
originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: nobunaga
Because they know someone who had a double transplant? This is desperate. On top of that, wikileaks posts the cell phone of a guy who's wife just had a long surgery? They are starting to disgust me.
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
a reply to: o0oTOPCATo0o
Not crazy at all. The main reason I'm not an organ donor is due to fear that, if I'm ever in an accident, someone will decide I'm worth more dead than alive.
"Hey, doc, could a payment of maybe $5000 insure that those kidneys become available for transplant in the next couple of days?"