Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Dead Babies Fetch Top Dollar in Europe

A news story in London's Daily Telegraph (8/1/04 edition) reports that there is a small but very serious British market for fetuses and stillborn babies. It seems that there are some research laboratories and/or medical schools in Europe that must have overestimated the demand for dead babies and are trying to reduce inventory. Don't think you can get your dead baby on the cheap however. Collectors are reportedly paying over $9,100.00 (US) for their very own decorative, dead baby in a jar of formaldehyde.

Memo to any sick Euro puppies with a formaldehyde/fetus fettish: If you had any decency, let alone respect for human life, you would neither buy nor sell dead children. The fact that the British government would even allow this speaks volumes about their collective attitude towards the unborn.

Question for the reader: Who is sicker, the dead baby sellers or the dead baby buyers.

I'm at a loss.

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