« on: 02/06/2021 17:33:45 »
There was a case in Canada where an unstable woman named Cindy James, who obsessively alleged that she was being watched and harassed, wound up dead with her legs and arms bound together and a high dose of heroin in her system. The Canadian police declared it an obvious murder case, as someone with that amount of dope in their system could not tie themselves in such a way. Eventually, it was a journalist (not a physician) that pointed out that even if the drug was administered intravenously, it should have taken 10-15 minutes to reach her CNS. He then hired a woman matching the dead woman's age and physical characteristics to see if she could tie herself up the same way within 10 minutes. She was able to.
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