posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 11:58 PM
reply to post by C11H17N2NaO2S
It says it wasn't labeled or packaged correctly so they called the local authorities/police I guess. Well imagine the shock of the guy that had to
look in whatever the heads were keep't and seeing human heads, it would really be out of the ordinary. Anyways in the story it says they sent it to
the local coroner and the 40 to 60 heads is the estimate he gives so even the coroner is a little not used to dealing with that and wonders if they
were gotten illegally. And the company JLS Consulting of Wynne, Ark. that was transporting it for, the medical company Medtronic its licence was
revoked. "JLS's business license was revoked in December, according to the Arkansas Secretary of State's online database." So they thought the
heads were illegal, whatever that means.
Basically this is why I wont be donating my body to science, you never know what they will do. And that company medronic does research on brains so
i'm guessing the heads probably came from either unnamed casualties of some war, or black market human parts exchange type of thing, hence the the
secrecy. Or body donors that gave there body's for science to do as it will. Your guess is as good as mine. Thankfully there wont be any experiment
done like the one of the dog in the vid, to do that one would have to hook the head, up to the machine up quickly before it completely dies and
degenerates. But then again that dog experiment was done in the USSR in 1920s so who knows what they will do with the heads.