COVID-19 victim dissected at $500 freak show without family’s OK: Report


    COVID-19 victim dissected at $500 freak program without household’s OK: Report

    < img src ="" class="ff-og-image-inserted" > The body of a 98-year-old male who died of COVID-19 was dissected in front of a paying audience in Oregon– without his household’s knowledge, according to a local report.

    David Saunders’ household, including his widow, only found out of the Oct. 17 autopsy presentation at a Marriott ballroom in Portland when it was reported by KING 5 News, the station stated.

    Audience members paid $500 a ticket to go to the morbid presentation. The event became part of the taking a trip “Quirks and Interests Exposition,” which features occult art and sideshow performances, and promotes itself as the nation’s primary community of “all things unusual.”

    ” It makes me really feel saddened that this gentleman was not offered the self-respect and the respect that he should have and what he believed and his household thought that would be taking place to his body,” Mike Clark, a funeral director in Louisiana, told the Seattle outlet.

    Clark supposedly prepared Saunders’ body before it was given to Medication Ed Labs, a Las Vegas company. His family members were under the impression his remains would be used for private medical research study, not as a focal point of the taking a trip freak program, the report stated.

    ” I was totally horrified,” Clark informed the station. “Our entire personnel was horrified that this is what had taken place to a gentleman that he and his household believed that his body was choosing the improvement of medical trainees.”

    Jeremy Ciliberto, the exposition’s organizer, informed KING 5 that Saunders and his family did provide approval.

    ” I can guarantee that guy understood his body would be utilized for medical research study,” the creator of reportedly said.

    Med Ed Labs implicated Ciliberto of being “beyond” unethical about his intent for the corpse, according to the station.

    Ciliberto canceled a public autopsy in Seattle on Halloween following blowback from the post over the Oct. 17 occasion, the outlet reported.

    ” We feel that this was not respectful and definitely not ethical,” Kimberly DiLeo, the chief medical death detective for the Multnomah County, Oregon Medical Examiner, apparently said.

    Published at Wed, 03 Nov 2021 07:20:55 +0000

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