A former manager of Harvard Medical School’s morgue and his wife have been indicted for orchestrating a criminal plot involving stolen human remains. The trail dates back to 2018 and spans states, involving six individuals. Cedric Lodge allowed buyers to select the remains they desired, he himself engaging in the theft of brains, skin, and bones from donated cadavers. The remains were taken to Lodge’s residence and later shipped via mail. One accomplice paid for two desiccated human faces, while another reportedly purchased the remains of two stillborn babies. If convicted, the accused could face up to 15 years in prison for trafficking human remains. Harvard Medical School has pledged to support affected families.
Shocking: Illegal Trade of Human Brains & Skin in Black Market Horror!
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