China the Biggest

  1. How do they keep from damaging organs if the donors are shot to death?

    http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/Vi...hina_0927.html
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  3. by   Roy Fokker
    Quote from indigo girl
    How do they keep from damaging organs if the donors are shot to death?
    Have you seen how they do it?

    Exectution style - one rifle shot straight to the back of the skull.

    LINK to picture.

    [WARNING! That link shows the picture of a person about to be executed. Please Do NOT, I say again, DO NOT click if you might be affected or offended].

    About the only organ wasted is the brain - I suppose they have transplant teams standing by to preserve organs immediately post execution.
  4. by   indigo girl
    Quote from Roy Fokker
    Have you seen how they do it?

    Exectution style - one rifle shot straight to the back of the skull.

    LINK to picture.

    [WARNING! That link shows the picture of a person about to be executed. Please Do NOT, I say again, DO NOT click if you might be affected or offended].

    About the only organ wasted is the brain - I suppose they have transplant teams standing by to preserve organs immediately post execution.
    I have seen that photo before. Due to the intense fear and stress of the victims, I have to wonder about those organs. A cascade of chemicals, and hormones would be released just before death. Energetically, at least, that event would effect their organs and impact those who would receive them.
  5. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from indigo girl
    I have seen that photo before. Due to the intense fear and stress of the victims, I have to wonder about those organs. A cascade of chemicals, and hormones would be released just before death. Energetically, at least, that event would effect their organs and impact those who would receive them.
    Those same chemicals and hormones are released when a person is in a car accident or has chest pain and heart attack or is dying from pulmonary edema and cannot breath and are in a panic. And we harvest those organs so I doubt it causes much negative outcomes.

    Speaking of good old China . . . I need to start a new thread for this because it is off-topic.

    steph

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