By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
When confronted by a 40-pound amputated human scrotum - diseased and distended, roughly the size of a well-fed lapdog, sporting the cracked, leathery texture of an old, weathered football, preserved under glass for easy viewing - many words come to mind.
"We have Saturday morning tours," Ms. Schierkolk said. "They're free. We have plastinated [preserved] organs you can hold. If you want to feel power, holding a real brain in your hand will give you that."
"And this is one of our classics," she said. "If we didn't have this out, people would ask for it. They also want to see the human hairball."