Often when one witness that kind of diversionary tactic being used, that sort of shoot the messenger and ignore the message, it leaves one with the impression that the message is quite likely true. And in the case of the harvesting of organs, it seems the original story was hitting the nail squarely on the head.
Here are some of the latest news reports on the Israeli organ harvest and trade.
An admission that yes organs were harvested, but that practice has ceased.
I find that claim questionable, as there have been just too many recent reports to believe that has been the case.
Read articles in their entirety at links provided.
Israel Organ Harvesting Palestinians And Soldiers; Secrets Revealed
A scientist from Israel admitted to harvesting organs from dead bodies without permission from family and loved ones of those who died. According to reports, Dr. Yehuda Hiss admitted to these crimes.
This story is interesting because it refers back to the Swedish story of Aug/09
Israel admits organ harvesting
Four months ago Israel threatened legal action against a Swedish newspaper which published claims that Israeli soldiers had killed Palestinians to harvest their organs.
But now, Israeli television has broadcast part of an interview with the former head of Israel's Abu Kabir forensic institute who has acknowledged pathologists did harvest heart valves, skin, corneas and bones from Israeli soldiers and civilians, Palestinians and foreign workers
This story from Sweden
Following diplomatic tensions over an August article published in tabloid Aftonbladet accusing the Israeli army of illegally harvesting the organs of , Israel has admitted its forensic pathologists removed organs from dead bodies without consent from their families
This one from Counterpunch is quite interesting as it covers a lot of issues in this whole debacle.
Done in August 2009 after the Swedish new story broke it covers an extensive range of inter-connected stories.
Including the arrest of Levy Izhak Rosenbaum of Brooklyn, he called himself a "matchmaker," but not the kind of matchmaking that leads to love.
Authorities say he brokered the sale of black-market kidneys, buying organs from vulnerable people in Israel for $10,000 and selling them to desperate patients in the U.S. for as much as $160,000. Here is a more recent story on the organ brokers case. He was in court Dec.08/09
It is all kind of goulish....