Had permission to TAKE them...didn't have permission to KEEP them?
Trips to morgue...nothing wrong with that...dying is part of living...and drunk driving.
This is just wrong, wrong, wrong!
Taking body parts without permission?
Trips to a Morgue?
The parents of a New York teen killed in a car crash five years ago are suing the city's medical examiner for keeping their dead son's brain floating in a jar at the morgue for months without telling them.
But what's worse is how they found out: The boy's classmates, including his girlfriend, spotted it labeled with his name while they were on a school field trip to the mortuary.
"A couple of the kids noticed it immediately, and the kids who knew him became really distraught," Andre and Korisha Shipley's lawyer, Marvin Ben-Aron, told The New York Post. Some of the students even took cell phone photos of the brain floating in a jar, before they were confiscated by their teacher, he said.
Jesse Jerome Shipley, a 17-year-old student at Staten Island's Port Richmond High School, died from skull fractures suffered during a car accident on Jan. 9, 2005. His father authorized an autopsy the next day.
But his parents didn't know that medical examiners kept Shipley's brain for further study, even after they returned his body to his family for burial. Months later,.....