Young black male’s body found in California desert without organs

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Another black male has been found dead without organs. According to a report by MyFox Atlanta, Ryan Singleton, 24, was discovered dead without organs in a desert in Death Valley, Calif.

Singleton was an Atlanta native who traveled to Los Angeles with the hopes of starting a career as an actor. After visiting New Mexico, Arizona and Las Vegas during a weekend in July, Singleton apparently stopped at a gas station. It was the last time he was seen alive.

On Sept. 21, two joggers discovered Singleton’s body which was badly decomposed. When police found him, Singleton’s eyes, lungs, liver, kidneys and heart were missing from his body.

However, police never gave a cause of death. A spokesman for the San Bernardino coroner’s office have suggested that an animal may have killed Singleton. But it’s unlikely that an animal was involved considering that his body was intact and his vital organs were missing.

The black market for human organs are a multimillion dollar business. For instance, a kidney on the black market can be sold for as much as $200,000; a lung can be sold for as much as $250,000; and a heart can be sold for as much as $120,000.

Singleton’s case is similar to Kendrick Johnson of Valdosta, Ga.

Johnson was found dead in his high school gym, but his body was returned without organs. His family continues to fight for the FBI to investigate and provide answers.

It’s possible that both black males were murdered by sadistic thieves who removed and sold their organs on the black market.

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A.R. Shaw
A.R. Shaw

A.R. Shaw is an author and journalist who documents culture, politics, and entertainment. He has covered The Obama White House, the summer Olympics in London, and currently serves as Lifestyle Editor for Rolling Out magazine. Follow his journey on Twitter @arshaw and Instagram @arshaw23.



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