Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy the equipment manufacturing companies saw a potential gold mine; what isn’t said is they sold their stock to doctors who would then have a vested interest in using lives up to get this new technology established and hiding the thousands of deadly injuries created in the initial training frenzy. To sweeten the pot, a “referral fee” to doctors making the referrals for gallbladder surgery of $2,500. per head was added for each completed referral into the training program. Our lives were sold away from us for $2,500. A WHOLE surgical community had to be be trained at once, needed LOTS of warm bodies to practice on to get certified. Where were they going to get enough people to use up training a whole surgical community? Hmmm. A whole country full of surgeons, and residents, wanting to be trained as quickly as possible and not enough valid gallstone cases to go around for all. So they MADE some: biologicals (genetically-engineered helicobacter pylori) were released with miserable STOMACH symptoms that mimic a gallbladder attack so they could skim off a targeted victim group from those showing up in ERs and primary care physician’s offices begging for relief. The already-practicing surgeons went to that training center in Georgia to practice on pigs then came home and set up satellite training centers to train on PEOPLE. I am one of the thousands infected that they used up to train on. The reason why this new surgery could not be introduced through academic centers is because too many human-rights violations were going to happen and the academic centers are government funded and are bound to adhere to the dictates of The Belmont Report on human experimentation. The Belmont Report does not allow mass murder and expects informed consent. Yes, academia was indeed “strangely silent”: all those injured in this training were to be murdered by calculated neglect. Silence became a real gold mine as out assets were plundered.