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Harvard Morgue Manager Accused of Body Parts Sale




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An alarming case has emerged involving Cedric Lodge, the manager responsible for the morgue at Harvard Medical School, Your Content has learned.

Lodge has been accused of engaging in the illicit sale of stolen body parts.

Recently, a federal indictment originating from Pennsylvania shed light on the alleged criminal activities of Lodge, aged 55.

It is claimed that he pilfered dissected portions of human cadavers, transporting them to his residence in Goffstown, New Hampshire, where he proceeded to sell them via online platforms.

Furthermore, the indictment implicated Lodge’s wife, Denise, aged 63, as well as two individuals who purportedly acted as buyers.

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These alleged accomplices were identified as 44-year-old Katrina MacLean from Salem and 46-year-old Joshua Taylor from West Lawn, Pennsylvania.

As the news broke on Wednesday, both Lodge and his wife made their appearance in federal court in Concord, New Hampshire, during the afternoon hearing.

Cedric Lodge maintained his silence as he departed the courthouse premises on that same day, according CBS News.

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