Are Human Baby Flesh Pills Being Smuggled Into Amarillo?
I don't know for a fact that they are, but I do know that we see more than our fair share of pills and other drugs being smuggled through Amarillo thanks to I-40 running right through the middle of the city. So it's probably only a matter of time before you hear about these pills being found in a bust in Amarillo, but that's just speculation. Any who, custom officials in South Korea have stumbled upon the newest pill being smuggled out of China, pills filled with powdered flesh of babies! WHAT!?!
Some things are just to weird and sick for words to describe, but allow me to take a crack at it.
Custom officials in South Korea made a horrific find when they found thousands of these pills being smuggled in from China.
The pills are a "cure-all" used for medicinal purposes, because the sickos over there think they will somehow are a natural cure for your body.
Powdered human flesh makes up more then 99.7% of the pills active ingredients. When tests were ran on the pills to find out the composition make up, they could find out lots, even the gender of the children in the pill. Yeah that was hard to type!
They are getting the flesh from babies that are aborted or delivered still born.
The tiny corpses are then bought, stored in household refrigerators in homes of those involved in the trade before they are removed and taken to clinics where they are placed in medical drying microwaves.
Once the skin is tinder dry, it is pummelled into powder and then processed into capsules along with herbs to disguise the true ingredients from health investigators and customs officers.
The sick minded people behind this crazy pill think the dried and ground up human flesh helps improve things like blood circulation. To them I'd like to say, go to the freaking doctor if your blood circulation is giving you a problem.
Seriously, if your so sick that your willing to ingest baby flesh, you need to go!
Who out there would actually consider taking these pills? Think about it for a second, is it really any different from say a heart transplant?
Get more on this story here at Daily Mail.