posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 06:53 AM
My two penneth:
1) Body snatching and selling on the black market of course is possible, except I would expect that if there were such a market, then demand would
surely dictate that there would be numerous recorded incidents of this nature? I don't buy it. Dumping a body sporting unique wounds of this type
would surely make it easier to identify the method, and as a result, the suspects. As mentioned before, people don't have bowel transplants, they
have portions of bowels removed, they have colostomies etc.., and let's face it, it you are sophisticated enough to perform such precise procedures
on a human being, then you would probably be far too sophisticated to just dump the body (which looked like it hadn't been dead for that long with no
other obvious signs of decomposition) somewhere discoverable.
2) Drug Cartels don't operate like this. Drug Lords need to assert their power in a way that sends out a message to other rival cartel members, and a
warning to anyone opposing them. Their methods are brutal, and above all incredibly messy. It is also common practice for drug related executions to
have banners, signs, messages placed on or around the body to first of all show who the victims were, why they were killed, and what they will do to
anyone else who violates their code. Bodies aren't usually dumped in undergrowth, they are hung from bridges in highly populated areas, they are left
on precincts, in the middle of busy roads, in fact the majority of the time, anywhere that will attract a lot of attention, very quickly. For this
reason, I don't buy the drug lord theory.
I would say however, that once you eliminate the impossible, then everything else becomes possible, so posting "It's fake" as a stand alone comment
does nothing other than suggest it's an opinion that is completely devoid of any rationale.