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Billionaire Robert Miller may face charges if revived after cryonic preservation

However, legal actions aim for prosecution before his death

31-May-2024

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Billionaire Robert Miller, accused of trafficking underage women since the 1970s, faces possible charges.

Miller, 80, has late-stage Parkinson's and a heart condition, but plans cryonic preservation.

Cryonics, an unproven process, freezes bodies at -196┬░C for future revival and treatment.

Miller has donated to Alcor Life Extension, preparing "personal revival trusts" for his defrosting.

Around 50 women accuse Miller of abuse, with allegations surfacing from a 2023 investigation by CBC.

Lawyers aim to prosecute Miller before his death, despite the complexities of potential future revival.

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Cryonics, Ethics
Billionaire Robert Miller may face charges if revived after cryonic preservation