Security Agents Discover Over 3000 Human Penises In Home Of Mortuary Attendant 

An astonishing discovery was made on Monday, 19 November, 2018! More than 3000 embalmed human penises were discovered in the home of a mortician.
The mortician has been suspected of being member of human organ trafficking group for a long time.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents made the astonishing discovery early morning of Monday, 19 November, 2018 while executing a search warrant at the residence of the Houston mortician. A total of 3,178 embalmed human penises were discovered.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation suspected 54-year old Dave Murray, an employee of the Harris County Morgue, of being implicated in an organ trafficking network.
Investigating several reports of missing organs and body parts, dozens of agents raided his residence on Monday, hoping to find evidence of his involvement in the crimes.
What they found on the site was a lot more disturbing than what they expected, as the FBI spokesman Andy Ramirez described the scene in an interview with WNTV-4.
“There were shelves everywhere, filled with hundreds of glass jars. Each of them contained a penis floating in formalin.”
According to Agent Ramirez, the accused rapidly confessed everything as soon as he was arrested.
“He explained in great detail how he had been cutting off dead men’s genital organs and collecting them for more than ten years.”
It took the FBI more than seven hours to gather all the organs and other pieces of evidence that were found on the site.
A dozen federal agents of the FBI’s Evidence Response Team were still identifying, collecting, and packing jars more than six hours after their arrival on the site.
A total of 53 criminal charges have already been filed against Mr. Murray and hundreds more could be filed over the next few days.
An anonymous FBI source told WNTV-4 that the number of charges could reach over 3,000.
Dave Murray will remain in custody for the moment as a psychiatric evaluation has been ordered to determine if he’s fit to stand trial.
If he is considered fit, he should appear in court for the beginning of the procedures

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