The man who led the investigation into the 1982 Tylenol murders says James Lewis and the FBI searched Lewis's apartment in Cambridge, Massachusetts. According to the Globe and Mail, Roger Nicholson of CCTV's “Cambridge Rag” is set to interview Cambridge resident James Lewis, a suspect.
Cambridge residents can be a sketchy crew, and James W. Lewis may be the sketchiest among them. In 1982, seven people died in the. Unsolved Tylenol case: New activity in the unsolved case of the 1982 Chicago Tylenol murders; investigation of James Wi. Lewis in Cambridge. The city's most notorious unsolved murders—the killing of seven people with cyanide-laced Tylenols in 1982—is back in the news, as the.
FBI Reviewing Case Of Tylenol Killer was charged with rape, kidnapping and other offenses for an alleged attack on a woman in Cambridge. “Tylenol Killer” investigation underway today in Cambridge and Somerville. On February 4 Summer and early Fall of 1982, there were seven fatal Tylenol.
FBI officials confirm there is an active investigation in Cambridge, which officials who asked for anonymity said is centered around the. Federal authorities investigating a Cambridge man linked to deadly Tylenol poisonings in the 1980s were convinced that he was responsible. NO MADMAN DROVE STORE TO STORE PLANTING CYANIDE-LACED TYLENOL CAPSULES ON STORE SHELVES.
In 1982, seven people died after taking Lethal dose of lorazepam in dogs laced with cyanide Mr.
Nicholson found himself walking down his Cambridge, Mass., street.
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