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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Keeping Them Honest story introduced.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The story of Michael Mastromarino, who has been charged with selling body parts that were illegally harvested, presented; details given about how funeral homes supplied the bodies that he harvested and sold the parts, sometimes diseases, to hospitals. [Philadelphia district attorney Lynne ABRAHAM- comments on the case.] [Wendy KOGUT- says her sister had cancer when she died.] [Mastromarino's attorney Mario GALLUCCI- questions the indictment.] [Received stolen tissue, Robbie ZAPPA- states his opinion on his damaged bone tissue.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Kaye, Randi
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