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Arizona newspaper owner says he was poisoned

Joseph Soldwedel of Prescott, Ariz., said in last week's Daily Courier that he may know who poisoned him with thallium.        
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The co-owner of a newspaper in Arizona said he was poisoned by thallium, an odorless and tasteless heavy metal also known as "inheritance powder." Read more...


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