Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal: Involuntary Organ DonorsIn other words the prisoners are kept alive until their organs are needed, then they are killed. Sort of like cooking lobster.
Professor Stephen Wigmore, who chairs the society's ethics committee, told the BBC that the speed of matching donors and patients, sometimes as little as a week, implied prisoners were being selected before execution.
Maybe there's still time to reconsider those Olympics? Not that the US is in any position to point fingers, Bush has reduced our reputation to the national equivalent of "psychotic pedophile".