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  • If only you, or your party's "concerns" included some slight opposition to racism, war crimes, Nazism, genocide, child rape & organlegging.

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  • Through me, because I was already involved in the UN side of organlegging.

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  • But he couldn't be part of an organlegging gang, could he?

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  • It involved an organlegging gang, apparently run by a single man, yet big enough to cover half the North American west coast.

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  • The crime of organlegging was the result of thousands of years of medical progress, of millions of lives selflessly dedicated to the ideal of healing the sick.

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  • The first Freezer Law was supposed to stop organlegging, but it didn't.

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  • This past year we'd managed to cut deep into the organlegging activities in the West Coast area.

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  • There are three aspects to the business of organlegging.

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  • I can see why you have no problem endorsing illegal wars, genocide, child rape & organlegging.

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  • He utilises this talent while solving these problems, in a world that is basically indulging in institutionalised organlegging to keep the haves happy.

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  • It is the illicit trade of black market human organs for transplant. The term organlegging is a portmanteau combining the words "organ" and "bootlegging", literally the piracy and smuggling of organs. (Wikipedia)

    May 29, 2008