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Entertainment center of the donation of the bodies. The University of Paris pursued

22:50  06 may  2021
22:50  06 may  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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L’entrée de la faculté de médecine de l’ex-Université paris-Descartes. © Flickr The entrance to the Faculty of Medicine of the ex-University Paris-Descartes.

As part of the survey of the scandal of unwanted conservation conditions at the center of the bodies' donation (CDC) of the Paris-Descartes University, the University of Paris was indicted last April . This procedure occurs after the discovery of a dozen bones in the CDC in 2020, while the center was already closed and supposed to have been cleaned.

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The University of Paris was indicted in mid-April in the survey of the indecent conditions of removal of remains at the center of the donation of the bodies (CDC), learned this Thursday 6 May the AFP of sources close to the file, confirmed by a judicial source.

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The University of Paris, a new entity resulting from the merger in January 2020 from Paris-Descartes and Paris-Diderot, was indicted on April 15 to achieve the integrity of a corpse.

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This is a direct link without direct link with the facts concerning the center of the donation of the bodies, at a time when the University of Paris did not exist, reacted me Patrick Maisonneuve, who defends the 'University.

The CDC then depended on Paris-Descartes University, known for its faculty of medicine.

According to the lawyer, this component of the case goes back to the discovery of a dozen bones in 2020, during the search searches in the investigation that followed the scandal, while the center was already closed and that the premises were supposed to have been cleaned.

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In this judicial information, a former anatomy preparer that would have worked on the CDC from 1975 to 2011 has already been indicted in December. In a search at home, human bones and recovered jewelry on the remains would have been found, according to the weekly Marianne .

Hinge, organs sold ...

dilapidated premises, spools putrefied and gnawed by mice, suspicion of merchandising of bodies ... in an article published at the end of November 2019, Express had denounced the indecent conditions of retention of remains of thousands of people having donated their bodies to science.

These revelations, who had made scandal, had led the Minister of Higher Education, Frédérique Vidal, to order the closure of the Temple of the French Anatomy, founded in 1953 and which hosted several hundred bodies every year.

A preliminary investigation had been opened, then the investigations were entrusted to investigating judges in July 2020.

the previous month, the General Inspectorate of Social Affairs (IGAS) and the General Inspectorate of Sport Education and research (IGésR) had estimated in an administrative investigation that Paris-Descartes University was responsible for serious ethical shortcomings in the management of the CDC.

The report evoked a loss of benchmarks [...] in both prepayrs and stakeholders on bodies and questioned a desire to harm or undermine the corpses on the part of certain preparers.

The former President of Paris-Descartes University, Frédéric Dardel, was heard on 12 November in custody by the investigators. He came out without prosecution at this point.

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