As I said, this story is very inspiring. I wish nothing but the best for this man in his recovery and physical therapy. No doubt, he has a very long road ahead of him. The surgeons that performed this surgery have to be some of the most talented doctors on the planet. I can't imagine the time this tedius procedure took. I mean, I like puzzles, but this is on a much different scale.
So, now he has someone else's fingerprints. Hmmm. When they were looking at potential donors, did they rule out criminals? I don't even know if other countries do fingerprinting and keep a database. It was just something that popped in my head.