Update: Paul Montano, the owner of the New Mexico "body donation" office that shipped several human heads and torsos to a medical waste facility in Kansas City, Kansas, is now facing a lawsuit brought by two families who claim they were given the wrong cremated ashes.
The lawsuit claims the families were promised their relatives' remains would be cremated for free in exchange for donating their organs to science, according to a report from Albuquerque TV station KOB 4.
But the lawsuit says one of the bodies was discovered at Bio Care's Albuquerque headquarters and the other at the Stericycle medical waste facility in KCK.
Montano denies any wrongdoing.
Officials in New Mexico have declared a "body donation" office
that shipped several human heads and torsos to Kansas City, Kansas, a
to an Associated Press report.
company Bio Care to a KCK medical waste facility called Stericycle. Except the KCK company wasn't supposed to be receiving heads and torsos.
Officials in New Mexico believe the building housing Bio Care may have been contaminated by liquids from bodies that were
supposed to be refrigerated. But the freezer where the bodies were kept
wasn't working. The body parts have since been removed from the