Son Donates His Mothers Body To The US Army For Medical Research And The US Army Blows Up The Mothers Body
Jim Stauffer Outraged As His Mothers Body Was Tied To A Chair And Blown Up By The US Army After He Donated It For Medical Research
Jim Stauffer donated his mothers body to the US Army thinking it would be used to study the effects of Alzheimer’s after she died. Doris Stauffer died in a hospice following a long battle with the Alzheimer, despite doctors saying she didn’t carry the gene for it.
Medical officials feared the condition may have mutated and hoped to study her brain after her death. Instead Doris Stauffer’s body was strapped into a chair and a bomb was let off underneath her body by the US Army.
The idea of the experiment was to ‘get an idea of what the human body goes through when a vehicle is hit by an IED,’ documents detailed. Jim said: “There was actually wording on this paperwork about performing this stuff. “Performing these medical tests that may involve explosions, and we said no. We checked the ‘no’ box on all that.”
BRC and military records show that at least 20 other bodies were also used in the blast experiments without permission of the donors or their relatives. The donated bodies were all sold to the military for £5,000 each.
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