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"The Mesa City Police Department's homicide division is investigating the death of Gary Lenius, the Arizona man whose wife served him soda mixed with fish tank cleaner in what she claimed was a bid to fend off the coronavirus," The Washington Free Beacon reports.
From the Free Beacon:
A detective handling the case confirmed the investigation to the Washington Free Beacon on Tuesday after requesting a recording of the Free Beacon's interviews with Lenius's wife, Wanda.Steven Crowder reported earlier this month that Wanda had also said in the past she wanted to divorce her husband and was taking "lots of meds."
According to Wanda's initial claims, she said they both took around a teaspoon each, which is reportedly around 2.5 grams.
As I noted last month, Bloomberg ran a viral article just days before Gary's tragic death occurred which said the drug can kill people with "just a two gram dose" (which is an extremely excessive amount).
It was the most popular article on their site and no doubt got millions of views.
If police are investigating this incident as this report claims, they may want to check her browsing history.
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