Friday, January 8, 2010

James Lewis, Suspect in the 1982 Tylenol Killings, Submitted DNA, Print Samples

James Lewis, the one and only suspect in the 1982 Tylenol killings, has been forced by a judge to surrender DNA samples to investigators, ABC News has learned. No one has ever been charged in the Tylenol poisonings that left seven people dead and an entire nation paralyzed by fear.
Lewis, 63, and his wife, Leann, appeared at a closed hearing at the Middlesex Superior Court Wednesday to determine whether they have to submit to the grand jury's subpoena, according to sources close to the case. I think that if he is guilty they should wait till he has a headache and give him some Tylenol, even if it's not poisoned he'll be crapping his pants.

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