Man Arrested For Harvesting Syrian Refugee’s Organs!

Man Arrested For Harvesting Syrian Refugee’s Organs!

Yeah, this guy’s a real peach. I’ve heard of him before… Boris Volfman, 32, is a Russian who has made a fortune in trafficking harvested organs from the unwilling. His favorite target currently is allegedly Syrian refugees. He was just arrested in Albania on suspicion of human organ trafficking. He calls it ‘God’s work’. I guess it depends on which God you mean. It certainly isn’t the one in heaven above. He lives a jet-set lifestyle with his Ukrainian wife, Yuli. He has an Istanbul penthouse and an apartment building in the Mediterranean. God’s work is evidently profitable.

He was previously detained in Turkey over similar charges. He’s not shy either… he has a web site where he advertises selling organs to wealthy clientele without all the red tape and hassle. All you need is a boat-load of money and no scruples whatsoever. He’s a handsome man with a beautiful wife, living the high-life and profiting from death. Nice.

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From the Daily Mail:

These pictures reveal the jet-set lifestyle of a Russian businessman arrested this week on suspicion of being a key player in the human organ trafficking trade.

Boris Volfman, 32, was previously detained in Turkey on suspicion of seeking to harvest organs from impoverished Syrian refugees and give them to wealthy clients.

His latest brush with the law came when he was held in Tirana, Albania, accused of being involved in a human organ trafficking racket stretching across the Atlantic from Costa Rica to Kosovo.

Social media pictures give an insight into his glamorous life with his Ukrainian wife Yuli Guralnik.

The father-of-one can be seen enjoying business class travel and luxury resorts at exotic locations – such as Thailand and Rome – with his wife.

Volfman is understood to own a penthouse in Istanbul as well as an apartment block in the Mediterranean.

Far from lurking in the shadows despite a succession of police probes into his operations in several countries, Volfman runs a website openly boasting of the ability to bypass waiting lists for people in need of kidney, heart or liver transplants.

It is linked to his company called Leshem Shamaim, or ‘In the Name of Heaven’.

‘It’s God’s work,’ he has claimed.

He insists no laws are broken, and has denied he deals in trafficked organs.

The father-of-one can be seen enjoying business class travel and luxury resorts at exotic locations – such as Thailand and Rome – with his wife. His web site is linked to his company called Leshem Shamaim, or ‘In the Name of Heaven’. That is just obscene.

His arrest this week is linked to a human organ scandal in Kosovo’s capital, Pristina, involving illegal transplantation surgeries at a private clinic called Medicus. The owners of the clinic were jailed for eight and seven years respectively after the original criminal trial in 2013 and an anesthetist went away for three years. Volfman had been arrested in Israel – where he also has citizenship – on the same case in 2012 and was held for two weeks in detention.

Donors in Russia and other Soviet countries were promised £11,500 for selling kidneys, but in the end were paid less. The European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo says Volfman had been linked to a syndicate which had carried out 30 illegal operations, reported local news agency Kossev and Russia’s Sputnik. Reports in Tirana this week also say that bank transactions between two Volfman-owned Albanian companies have been frozen amid money laundering suspicions.

This guy is going away forever. Wonder if they’ll get his wife as well.

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Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is an editor and writer for Right Wing News. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net. She is a Constitutional Conservative and NoisyRoom focuses on political and national issues of interest to the American public. Terresa is the editor at Trevor Loudon's site, New Zeal - trevorloudon.com. She also does research at KeyWiki.org. You can email Terresa here. NoisyRoom can be found on Facebook and on Twitter.

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