A Detroit-area man is headed to jail on eight different crimes, all involving the selling of infected body parts. According to the Associated Press, Arthur Rathburn was accused of covering up the fact that the body parts had tested positive for hepatitis B and HIV. Those parts were used for medical training at national conferences. Rathburn was convicted on Monday. Some of the crimes carry a maximum penalty of 20 years, in federal prison.

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