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AUSTRALIA BODYPARTS
RTRFDUD
March 09, 2001
Histopathology technical officer Clare Loudon of Sydney holds a preserved heart in a western Sydney hospital...
Sydney, Australia
HEALTH OFFICIAL EXAMINES A PRESERVED HEART AT HOSPITAL IN WESTERN SYDNEY.
Histopathology technical officer Clare Loudon of Sydney holds a preserved heart in a western Sydney hospital March 9, 2001. A report has found that up to 25,000 body parts including hundreds of baby hearts are held in hospitals, universities and museums and may have been taken without permission from relatives.

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LINDSAY
RTXIFQB
April 03, 1998
Laboratory technician, Niel Lindsay arrives at Southwark Crown Court April 3, to hear the jury's verdict...
Laboratory technician, Niel Lindsay arrives at Southwark Crown Court April 3, to hear the jury's ver.....
Laboratory technician, Niel Lindsay arrives at Southwark Crown Court April 3, to hear the jury's verdict on charges of stealing human body parts from the Royal College of Surgeons where he worked. Lindsay was found guilty of theft and given a six month suspended jail sentence. [His co-defendant sculptor Anthony-Noel Kelly,] who used the bodyparts to make exact copy sculptures, was sentenced to nine months in prison.
RTRCUNT
April 03, 1998
Laboratory technician, Niel Lindsay arrives at Southwark Crown Court April 3, to hear the jury's verdict...
United Kingdom
NIEL LINDSAY ARRIVES AT COURT TO HEAR VERDICT
Laboratory technician, Niel Lindsay arrives at Southwark Crown Court April 3, to hear the jury's verdict on charges of stealing human body parts from the Royal College of Surgeons where he worked. Lindsay was found guilty of theft and given a six month suspended jail sentence. His co-defendant sculptor Anthony-Noel Kelly, who used the bodyparts to make exact copy sculptures, was sentenced to nine months in prison.

BRITAIN BODYPARTS
RTRCULI
April 03, 1998
Sculptor Anthony-Noel Kelly leaves Southwark Crown Court, April 2, awaiting the jury's verdict on charges...
United Kingdom
SCULPTOR ANTHONY NOEL KELLY ARRIVES AT COURT FOR VERDICT
Sculptor Anthony-Noel Kelly leaves Southwark Crown Court, April 2, awaiting the jury's verdict on charges against him of stealing human body parts. Kelly and his co-defendant Niel Lindsay were found guilty, April 3, of the theft of anatomical specimens from the Royal College of Surgeons, which Kelly then used to make exact copy sculptures. Kelly was sentenced to nine months in prison, and Lindsay received six months suspended sentence.

BRITAIN BODYPARTS
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