Execution moratorium is killing kidney patient

Mar 21st, 2014 | By | Category: Miscellany, Paco's Podium, Prisons & Confinement, Spotlight

kidneyChristian Longo, is on Oregon’s death row for murdering his wife and 3 children. KPTV Fox News reports Longo wants to donate his kidney to a local stranger, Kevin Gray, who has stage 5 kidney failure.

Gray’s desperation is such, he stands on a street corner with a sign, panhandling for a kidney.

Longo previously advocated for condemned inmates as organ donors. Unfortunately for Mr. Gray, kind-hearted, soft-headed Governor John Kitzhaber imposed a moratorium on executions in 2011. Thus, suspending Longo’s death sentence was effectively a death sentence for Gray. Unintended consequences, indeed.

However, there are no laws prohibiting living Oregon inmates from donating organs, it simply isn’t approved or rarely so. It remains to be seen whether ODOC considers Longo’s offer.

In the event condemned inmates become a living organ bank, Paco cautions folks in Mr. Gray’s predicament to consider the phenomenon known as Cellular Memory.

Numerous cases have been documented where organ recipients develop tastes and habits which turned out to be those of the deceased. While the scientific community has yet to fully embrace the concept, here’s how advocates define it:

The Cellular Memory is the complete blueprint for your existence. It is the energetic expression of you as a holistic being. The labels “mind”, “body” and “spirit” are artificial labels that exist to make it easier for you to comprehend your multidimensional existence on earth. Each point within your cellular memory contains all the information of the whole. This information is infinitely accessible to each and every cell of your body. If you magnify your cells down to your atoms, you would see that you are made up of subtle bundles of “info-energy.” This info-energy is comprised of physical, mental and emotional data that comes from all of your life experiences, genetic heritage, and past generations. Nothing we experience escapes being imprinted into our Cellular Hologram in the form of a cell memory. What we commonly refer to as “The Cellular Memory” is the collective energy field generated by these individual cell memories. It operates behind the scenes of our subconscious mind. (CellularMemory.org)

Paco sincerely hopes Longo is a match for Gray and the DOC expedites approval. That said, Mrs. Gray is advised to watch her back…just in case. –

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One Comment to “Execution moratorium is killing kidney patient”

  1. kl2008a says:

    Didn’t Rod Serling and Alfred Hitchcock make movies using this same notion and doesn’t the same go for blood transfusions? Like after you got a blood transfusion from a Transylvanian transvestite you’d end up talking like Count Chocula with a lisp. Yeah, I know, me bad!