CORONER'S OFFICE SHOULD REOPEN CASE
Original post made by R.GORDON on May 29, 2010
Those who think of me as a "conspiracy theorist" haven't a clue how much money this industry of selling human body parts to multimillionairs on waiting lists, and the poor who are lined up and given a short death sentence unless an organ does come in.
This mother, by the name of Cuela, was treated poorly and obviously did not have the clout to deal with the coroner's office.
To say that there is "no corruption" possible again, here in death valley II, shows what the rich or affluent think of the working classes of which the young victim belonged.
Stanford does not specialize in heart transplants, but the young man's heart could easily have been flown to Texas to the De Bakey clinic and put in a receiver's chest.
I know a LOT about this because a friend, director Robert Altman, with his prestige, had to have a heart transplant and waited years before finally receiving his. He DID not nor WOULD NOT jump to the head of the line over the others ahead of him.
Somehow, I do not believe that many people around here, have his unbelievable ethics. Sadly, he died a few years later, but managed to complete two films with the replacement. I sent this story to his wife, Kathleen, who is interested in the court records.
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