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Biological Resource Center raid: FBI finds cooler of penises

The now-shuttered, for-profit Biological Resource Center specialized in accepting the bodies of people after they had died, and in exchange offering their families free pickup of the bodies plus the cremated remains of the body parts the company did not sell.

Arizona is a regulatory-free zone for the body-parts industry. At least four body donation companies are operating in Arizona, in addition to a non-profit cryonics company that freezes people after they die with the intent of one day bringing them back to life. [...]

In addition to a "cooler filled with male genitalia," Cwynar testified that he also saw a "large torso with the head removed and replaced with a smaller head sewn together in a 'Frankenstein' manner."

Cwynar said he saw:

  • Large male torsos with limbs and genitalia removed.
  • Buckets and coolers with various body parts, including a bucket of heads, arms and legs.
  • Body parts piled on top of each other throughout the facility, with no apparent identification.
  • Steel freezers with frozen body parts inside with no apparent identification.
  • [...]

A 2013 price list that is part of the court file indicates sale prices for body parts:

  • Whole body with no shoulders or head: $2,900.
  • Torso with head: $2,400.
  • Whole spine: $950.
  • Whole leg: $1,100.
  • Whole foot: $450.
  • Knee: $375.
  • Pelvis: $400.

Author: "And I'm going to call the owner of this business... Stephen Strange."
Editor: "You can't use that, it's taken."
Author: "Ok, fiiiiiiine, Stephen Gore."
Editor: "Much better."

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7 Responses:

  1. ssl-3 says:

    How much do the surplus heads go for?

    Asking for a friend.

  2. Bob says:

    Could have been much worse, a BBQ or taco shop in the front...

  3. phuzz says:

    The "large torso with the head removed and replaced with a smaller head sewn together in a 'Frankenstein' manner." reminded me of this guy. An Egyptian temple doorkeeper, who died and was mummified about 2700 years ago.
    However, whoever his next of kin were, they skimped on the whole thing. Not only have they had to extend the bottom of the coffin by about four inches so his feet would fit, at some point the head must have fallen off and was re-attached with sticks jammed into the neck hole.
    Almost three thousand years ago these morticians did a botch job, but probably thought they'd got away with it once everything was nicely wrapped up and jammed in the coffin. Then, thousands of years later, some pesky scientists came along and CAT scanned the body, and finally revealed their half-arsed work.
    Mortuary workers: fucking up corpses for three thousand years!
    (you can see the scan here)

  4. I came here for the Previouslies and was not disappointed.

  5. Eric says:

    Hannibal Lecter must be making a killing at these prices.

  6. BHN says:

    Dead guys is dead guys. Parts is parts. Dead guys is parts.

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