By Vanessa Beeley (originally published on Substack)
The first of my reports for UK Column News on 16th June covered the extraordinary indictment of Cedric Lodge and seven colleagues for organ theft from Harvard’s morgue. Lodge “stole dissected portions of donated cadavers, including…heads, brains, skin, bones, and other human remains, without the knowledge or permission of (the school) and removed those remains from the morgue in Massachusetts and transported them to his residence in New Hampshire,” the federal indictment, filed Tuesday in US District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, said.
Lodge’s 63-year-old wife Denise and two alleged buyers, 44-year-old Katrina MacLean of Salem and 46-year-old Joshua Taylor of West Lawn, Pennsylvania were also charged in the indictment released Wednesday. A CNN report informed us that..
Cedric Lodge also allegedly allowed Maclean and Taylor into the Harvard Medical School morgue so they could choose what remains to purchase, according to the indictment. Maclean allegedly paid Cedric Lodge $600 for two dissected faces in October 2020, the indictment said.
Maclean is also accused of selling stolen body parts to other buyers in multiple states, including allegedly selling human skin to a Pennsylvania man who tanned it to create leather, the indictment stated.
Taylor has paid over $37,000 through 39 PayPal payments to the Lodges for the body parts, prosecutors said.
On May 19, 2019, Taylor allegedly sent a $1,000 payment to Denise Lodge with the memo, “head number 7.” In November 2020, Taylor allegedly sent $200 with a memo reading, “braiiiiiins.”
Both Maclean and Taylor are accused of accepting nearly $50,000 in PayPal payments in 2021 and 2022 from the same man in Pennsylvania for the stolen human remains, the indictment said.
Harvard University officials said Wednesday that they are “appalled to learn that something so disturbing could happen on (their) campus — a community dedicated to healing and serving others.”
In my report I delve into the realms of “healing and serving others” explored by Harvard professors and associates.
Ted Kaczynski, the anarchist and so-called Unabomber who died in a federal prison medical facility on Saturday, transformed from boy genius to terrorist, going from a Harvard star mathematics student to a feared assailant who targeted academics, scientists and industrialized society as a whole.
Kaczynski entered Harvard University as a 16-year-old on a scholarship, after skipping the sixth and 11th grades. It was there that he was subjected to an experiment run by Harvard psychologist Henry A. Murray that was backed by the Central Intelligence Agency. Though he graduated with a mathematics degree, later completing a doctorate in the field before becoming a professor, questions remain over whether — or to what extent — he was affected by the experiment, which reportedly involved mock interrogations in which participants’ beliefs were harshly disparaged.
Murray’s study was widely reported to be part of a CIA program code-named Project MK-Ultra, inspired by the use of mind-control techniques on U.S. prisoners of war in Korea by the Soviet Union, China and North Korea. The program sought to understand how to control subjects’ minds, sometimes using substances such as LSD, according to a document the CIA made publicly available in 2018. (There has not been evidence to suggest LSD or similar substances were used at Harvard on Kaczynski.)
False Memory Syndrome Foundation
Established by Pamela Freyd in 1992 after her husband Peter Freyd was accused of child sexual abuse by their daughter – the foundation was finally dissolved in late 2019 after 27 years of defending pedophiles from the recovered memories of those they had abused and exploited.
False Memory Syndrome based on flawed science was converted into “conventional wisdom” and weaponised against therapists and psychiatrists who were trying to facilitate justice for adults who were sexually abused as children. A particular line of defence was for perpetrators of satanic ritual child abuse.
Alan Dershowitz, a professor at Harvard for fifty years is featured on the FMSF websiste after he denied sexual abuse of a minor in connection with Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile rings. Other Harvard associates have collaborated with the Foundation.
Epstein donates millions to Harvard and Bill Gates sponsors “Pandemic preparedness” and sun-dimming projects
The history of Epstein’s and Bill Gates’ collaboration with Harvard goes far back in history and is explored in the report below: