Trial of pizzeria owner, Costa Rican doctors begins in organ trafficking case

A trial of four Costa Rican doctors and a Greek pizzeria owner accused of running an illegal organ trafficking ring in Costa Rica began on Monday in San José.
The five members of the ring allegedly sought out people with financial problems who were willing to sell their kidneys for between $6,000 and $20,000, mostly to Israelis but also to European clients willing to pay as much as $100,000 each. Surgeries to remove the organs were allegedly carried out

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