Law enforcement officials said the scheme went on from 2008 to 2014.
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While it isn't technically illegal to sell body parts, it is against the law if the sellers know the bodies carried infectious diseases, WBBM reported.
Donald Greene Sr. is charged with wire fraud, while his son, Donald Greene Jr. was charged with intentionally concealing a crime, The Associated Press reported.
The charges were filed in relation to an investigation of a Detroit-area man who was sentenced to nine years in prison last year, according to the AP.
Arthur Rathburn was convicted of fraud and shipping hazardous materials for providing body parts to medical associations, without telling the receivers that the parts came from people with infectious diseases. The parts were used for seminars, the AP reported.