How much is your body worth?
Kidney: 300 K. Pancreas: 500 K. Liver: 750 K. Lung: 750 K.
Inmate 5137000236 thought his end had come when he was strapped down on the gurney inside the execution van.
When he woke up, one of his kidneys was gone. Doctors stood around his bed casually discussing a multi-organ extraction procedure.
They called it a “harvest”.
He hadn’t consented, but they didn’t care.
The information contained in these pages is of the utmost importance. It outlines a criminal enterprise conducted by one of the most prolific and well-resourced military corporations in the entire world. DynCorp International represents a threat to everyone, whether they are from the United States or not. Worst of all, DynCorp represents a particularly dangerous threat to children.
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