Monday, May 13, 2013
by Sun Wei
When it comes to poisoning someone you know, we face a plethora of options.
In recent days, we’ve seen a student at Fudan University kill his roommate by slipping N-Nitrosodimethylamine into the room’s water dispenser.
We’ve also seen the head of a kindergarten inject tetramine, a strong rat poison, into yogurt which killed two young girls at a rival school.
Those aren’t bad choices. But if, hypothetically, I had to poison someone, I’d probably go with thallium.