I'm not going to comment on this one, but here are two paragraphs from a recent Nevada Supreme Court case:
"Richard, a 29-year-old from London, England, died from what appeared to be an excessive consumption of alcohol and drugs while he was vacationing in Las Vegas for a bachelor party. Following his death, his body was transported to the Clark County Coroner for an autopsy, where the county coroner removed the internal organs for examination. The county coroner contends that the organs were then placed in a plastic bag between Richard’s legs, and that after the autopsy was complete, Richard’s body and its internal organs were sent to the mortuary. After the mortuary embalmed Richard’s body, it sent his remains back to England.
Upon receipt of his body, Boorman contends that the English authorities opened up Richard’s body cavity to discover that all the internal organs had been removed and replaced with a rolled up cloth sheet. To date, Richard’s organs have not been located."