posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 06:12 AM
reply to post by EvanB
Totally agree - it is both morally and ethically reprehensible.
However, at the time the thread was discussing, there was no law in place that prevented this type of thing from happening. This would suggest that
for a long time the medical profession saw the benefits from these acts. That said, keeping things in a jar and not using them for anything is just
plain wrong - it also kind of defies logic. What was the point of removing them?