Mondragon says allegations are 'inaccurate'
NEW YORK -- A director of a cryonics company said to be storing the body of Ted Williams on Wednesday disputed claims by a former employee that some of the baseball legend's DNA is missing and that his remains have been treated poorly.
Carlos Mondragon, director of the Alcor Life Extension Foundation, was responding to a Sports Illustrated article that cites former Chief Operating Officer Larry Johnson, who said Williams' body was decapitated by surgeons before being suspended
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