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In 1998, a local business owner, KC, who moonlighted as an entertainer was hired by the largest non-metropolitan charity hospital in the USA, aka North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, Ms.

"Elvisguy", a successful business owner, musician, husband & father was loved & embraced by the community & peer's, that is...until he made an accidental discovery on the job one night.

He was asked to perform a special clean-up job in the morgue after a drainage system backed up in December of 1999. 4 hours into the project, Elvisguy got thirsty. He opened the refrigerator door (NOT A COOLER) hoping to find something to drink but instead of quenching his thirst that evening, he discovered body parts, bones, tissue & organs wrapped in plastic. He asked a physician & several Radiology technician's "What in the world do ya'll do with all those body parts in the morgue refrigerator"? Let's just say...Elvis was asked to LEAVE THE BUILDING forever.

He began researching court dockets & discovered hundreds & then thousands of lawsuits filed against this so-called "not-for-profit" hospital which is tax exempt & funnels a lot of "hu$h" money to all local news/media outlets.

Years of research led to countless court battles, cops harassing him weekly, death threats, personal & financial losses, several thefts, his home burned down, car exploded, marriage dissolved, bankruptcy & finally foreclosure on his 3 bedroom custom built home.

Then, he discovered his high profile attorney actually represented various physicians employed @ NMMC where he found the body parts & filed suit. His attorney dropped the case after 18 months of litigation.

The latest twist - local Politician wanna-be & martial arts instructor, James Everette Dutschke framed KC in a biological conspiracy plot sending ricen tainted letters to the President & other Officials.

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  • Crime
  • Mar 14, 2004
  • English

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