Dick Gregory believes The Atlanta Child Murder Case was a cover up to steal organs

There are a lot of theories and speculation surrounding the Atlanta Child Murders case where 28 African-American children went missing from 1979-1981.  A man by the name of Wayne Williams, who was 23 at the time, was arrested and convicted for two of the murders.  Williams, who is now 57 years old, maintains his innocence, and others believe him.

Some believed that the KKK was involved and also, reports had stated that a man by the name of Charles T. Sanders “once praised the crimes in secretly recorded conversations.”

Dick Gregory has his own theory as to why these young men died. He believes they were part of a bigger scheme of things to harvest their organs.  As he stated, the number one money maker is organ harvesting—you can make more money off of it than prostitution and selling drugs combined.

Listen in.  What do you think?

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