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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - John Heubusch
Ronald Reagan's foundation on Tuesday denounced the sale by a Channel Islands online auction house of a vial that allegedly contains blood residue from the late U.S. president.
A Channel Islands auction house says it's selling a vial that allegedly contains blood residue from Ronald Reagan _ a move denounced Tuesday by the late U.S. president's family and his foundation.
"If indeed this story is true, it's a craven act and we will use every legal means to stop its sale or purchase. ... Any individual, including a President of the United States, should feel confident that once they enter into the care of a medical system their privacy and rights are held inviolable." So says John Heubusch, executive director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, regarding the public auction of a glass vial that contained Ronald Reagan's blood.
There's nothing quite like the thought of visiting a presidential library to make the average American stifle a yawn and reach for the remote. As it turns out, the people behind the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum understand this. That's why they never stop loading the library with goodies.
"Will the Senate resolve to listen to will of the American people?" asks Jenny Beth Martin, a founder of the 15-million member Tea Party Patriots.
"Any individual, including a president of the United States, should feel confident that once they enter into the care of a medical system their privacy and rights are held inviolable," he said.
"If indeed this story is true, it's a craven act and we will use every legal means to stop its sale or purchase," Heubusch said in a statement.