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Re: “Bodies ... The Exhibition

I have good news about the bodies in "Bodies: the exhibition." Premier Exhibitions claims that they are not the bodies of executed prisoners. They still might be prisoners, however. They were supplied by the Chinese police. But we are assured that everything was legal-in China. By the way the bodies are rented. Perhaps this is to avoid any legal problems here in the United States. Even if there was not the question of whose bodies, this and similar exhibits would still be open to question. No one can give you permission to do something wrong. Any educational benefits could have been obtained by other means. Real things are not needed to educate us. Real bodies are being used here to sell tickets and bring in the crowds. This cheapens the value of life. I suppose next our souls will be on display. I bet premier exhibitions can't wait. The claim that this exhibit will get people to stop smoking is laughable. It is like saying that automobile accidents will result in safer driving. Let's give the deceased and ourselves a little respect. Close these exhibits. Just because something can be done, does not mean it should be done. Visit dignityinboston.googlepages.com/durham for more information. Aaron Ginsburg Sharon, Massachusetts

Posted by Aaron Ginsburg on 05/06/2007 at 9:18 PM

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