Everyone, more horrible and unbelievable news about a former funeral home owner in Colorado who was given a 20-year sentence for selling body parts has come out on the Internet. Megan Hess and her mother, Shirley Koch, lied to and stole from sad families.
They broke the law and sold their body parts for thousands of dollars. They had been doing this for more than 20 years. The 46-year-old was caught because he was selling body parts without permission.
and given a prison sentence of 20 years. Her 69-year-old mother was also sentenced to 15 years in prison. During this time, they stole many bodies, leading to the federal case in 2016. This was the first time that everyone knew about it. Now, justice has been done, and it’s clear that they are Monsters Living Among Us. But their lawyer said that people had told them that they were witches and Monsters.
And it’s pretty interesting to say that we do, because they are, and he can’t change that. In the United States of America, it is against the law to sell organs like hearts and kidneys that will be used in transplants. Instead, they must be donated. Alert Syndicate is popular on the dark web right now, and deals like these are happening.
On this bad side of the internet, you can also watch murders happen in real time. They lied to more than 200 families, which is a terrible thing to do. Both of them cheated on their family members and close friends, too.
Family and friends don’t know what to say about them, and they don’t want anything from either of them. They have completely ruined the family’s reputation because they are not normal people.
Some websites say that they might have had a mental illness, but this is a cheap and disgusting way for two Monsters to cover up their crimes. Many more families are going through the same thing, and we hope their pain will end and many of these criminals will go to jail immediately.
They didn’t think about it at all and kept doing what they were doing. Obviously, they couldn’t defend themselves and knew what they were doing was wrong, so the line couldn’t even be crossed. No one has said anything about their network, but they must have a lot of money.