In this article, we look at one example of a Biological Resource Center lawsuit: the company brokered infected body parts to the Department of Defense. We examine how the Biological Resource Center’s warehousing and processing practices exposed the body parts to contamination and disposed of them in a manner that violated the law. We also look at how the Biological Resource Center’s owner has been convicted of running an illegal enterprise.
Biological Resource Center brokered infected body parts
The Biological Resource Center, or BRC, is a company that has a history of breaking ethical rules and selling body parts for profit. It merged with Anatomical Services Inc. in 2010, a company that supplied human cadaver parts for education and research. Families of deceased donors filed a civil lawsuit against BRC four years ago, alleging that the company had misled them, dismembered their relatives, and sold their body parts, sometimes across state lines. A federal investigation has yet to be completed.
While federal agents are investigating the matter, the Biological Resource Center and Platinum Training have not publicly disclosed their clients’ names or the number of body parts that they purchased. The company is accused of selling organs without consent, and of failing to store body parts properly. It has been accused of selling infected body parts and improperly disposing of organs. However, the Biological Resource Center maintains that its policies were in line with federal laws.
Biological Resource Center’s owner was convicted of running an illegal enterprise
Several recent court cases have brought Biological Resource Center’s owner to justice for stealing body parts from infected people and running an illegal enterprise. The Biological Resource Center has been closed since the owner was convicted of running an illegal enterprise. The Biological Resource Center was caught when a body broker in Detroit was found with severed heads in his possession. When federal authorities arrived at the Detroit Delta cargo warehouse, they noticed that blood was dripping from bloody camper coolers. When federal authorities opened the coolers, they found eight severed head parts resting in pools of blood.
The Biological Resource Center’s owners were convicted of running an illegal enterprise when they were found guilty of soliciting bodies from bereaved families. They would promise to cremate a part of the body free of charge. However, they were unaware that the dismembered bodies were being stored in freezers and used for research. The bodies were later used as crash dummies and ballistic test subjects.
Biological Resource Center’s sale of infected body parts to the Department of Defense
The Biological Resource Center in Texas has been shut down after a criminal investigation was conducted. According to the FBI, the center was selling donated body parts for profit. One of the most expensive items was a human cadaver without a head, shoulders, or foot. As a result, the Center has been accused of deceiving families and mishandling the bodies. The lawsuit has been filed by 33 plaintiffs who say they thought their bodies were donated to science and were treated with dignity.
An FBI special agent accidentally stumbled upon the unsettling scenes at the Biological Resource Center. According to his eyewitness account, the center’s employees lied to family members about the purpose of the donations. They were sold to middlemen for profit. The lawsuit also alleges that the Biological Resource Center sold infected body parts to the Department of Defense. While the Department of Defense has yet to respond to the lawsuit, it is important to know that the investigation will continue to shed light on the scandal.