From the source: We noticed that there had been very little degradation since it was originally fossilised about 18 million years ago, making it the highest quality soft tissue preservation ever documented in the fossil record.
So quit being stupid. It’s not “fresh tissue” its not even tissue - its a fossil.
So you and all your “creation science” fawning fan club can put your “fresh meat” analogies away. A fossil is not meat.
As I said, there seems to be a bit of confustion as to what to call these specimins. But “organically preserved” muscle tissue, complete with blood vessels infilled with blood, is not what is traditionally understood as “fossilized.” In fact, these kinds of soft-tissue finds in supposedly “ancient” “fossils” are typically referred to by paleontologists as “fresh meat” finds.
But you are free to bury your head in the sand as many times as you wish. Unfortunately, no matter how many times you pull your head out, the soft-tissue will still be organically preserved soft tissue.
I expect that if you advertised as "Fresh Salamander", and sold something in the condition of what was found inside that rock, you'd be guilty of fraud.