A report has been released from a terrifying 2014 raid of a research center in Arizona, one that includes a terrifying account of body parts in buckets and heads sewn onto bodies they did not originally belong to.
The raid, conducted at the Biological Resource Center in Phoenix by the FBI, details a grotesque scene, one that no doubt scarred many FBI Agents for life.
The BRC received the bodies and body parts as donations from bereaved families who lost their loved ones, in hopes that the center could help find cures for diseases.
Instead, the bodies were parted out for profit, often for thousands of dollars, depending on the body parts needed.
In a lawsuit, former FBI Agent Mike Cwynar described seeing a small woman’s head sewn onto a large male torso, as well as a cooler full of male genitalia and buckets of limbs.
According to the Daily Mail, the 2014 raids occurred as part of a multI-agency investigation into the illegal trafficking and sale of human body parts.
Commercially-available electric saws were reportedly used to perform much of the dismemberment.
The head of the BRC, ironically named Stephen Gore, was found guilty of operating an illegal business the following year.
Over 1,755 human body parts were found at the facility, collectively weighing around 10 tons and requiring considerable resources for proper disposal.
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