On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 10:39:21AM +0100, John P . Looney wrote:
> Direct injection of a strong sodium flouride solution is a great way of
> giving someone an nearly indetectable heart attack. Air bubbles work
> quicker, but are more detectable...
If you have access to the victim's toothbrush/toothpicks/cutlery,
curare is the way to go; symptoms are supposed to look like food-
poisoning. But shoving somebody into an acid bath would also be
effective; I hear some mechanics still have those around. Won't leave
any evidence, and the victim dies instantly. I suggest torturing in
advance for maximum satisfaction.
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