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German suspected of poisoning colleagues

SCHLOSS HOLTE-STUKENBROCK – The German police and the Public Ministry to look retrospectively to 21 deaths in a company since the year 2000. The presumption is raised that the persons concerned are victims of poisoning of their sandwiches.

According to a first reporting was to lead acetate (duivelssuiker) and was the amount used is enough to cause serious organ damage. Photo for illustration.

It is according to the media, to employees of a company in Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock (North Rhine-Westphalia, germany), who shortly before she retired were going to die. The criminal investigation department told on Wednesday that the cause of death it is striking how often a heart attack or cancer.

Different light

It came in a different light by the arrest of a 56-year-old man who is also in the service of this firm. He would have tried colleagues to bring life through toxic powder on their boterhammetjes to throw if they are not watched. Someone noticed that there was strange stuff on his sandwich was, and then images of surveillance cameras in the perpetrator did identify.

According to a first reporting was to lead acetate (duivelssuiker) and was the amount used is enough to cause serious organ damage. In the house of the defendant, which had hitherto been silent, are substances found that ’life-threatening sprinkles’ can be created such as mercury, lead and cadmium.

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