In 2003 CNN reported that Larry Johnson started a website selling graphic photographs allegedly obtained from Alcor, violating the privacy and dignity of people who had entrusted their bodies to Alcor.
CNN correspondent Gary Tuchman said:
“Johnson certainly doesn’t mind using his connections as an ex-employee to make a buck. CNN has learned Johnson started a Web site, where for a so-called donation of at least $20, graphic photographs were displayed, photographs, he said, documenting the fate of Ted Williams. Johnson won’t talk on camera about Ted Williams, but his attorney acknowledges Sports Illustrated was not told about his client’s money making plans.”