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An investigation of suspected brain harvesting within Maine's medical examiner's office has ended without any criminal charges, state and federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
At least 99 brains were sent from the medical examiner's office to the Stanley Institute, which uses its brain bank for research on the causes of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, from 1999 to 2003. More than a dozen families have sued, alleging the brains were removed without their consent.
Take the quote. Next, convert the last line into a headline, live this: "Brains removed without consent." Now, attach a picture the politician or celebrity of your choice. Post the result on your blog.
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