Apr. 3rd, 2011

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Body Parts Cases At Standstill

APD Says It Can’t Show That Felony Was Committed

Copyright © 2011 Albuquerque Journal

By Olivier Uyttebrouck

Journal Staff Writer
A year after seven human heads turned up at a Kansas medical waste facility — sent special delivery from Albuquerquebased Bio Care Southwest — both criminal and civil cases against the nonprofit’s founder have stalled.


Albuquerque police arrested Bio Care President Paul Montano, 32, of Los Lunas on charges of felony fraud just days after the gruesome discovery of heads, torsos and other human body parts in plastic containers at a Stericycle plant in Kansas City in March 2010. Police alleged that Montano had defrauded families who had donated bodies to the firm under contracts with Bio Care.Read more... )

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