Poison

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Concept.png Poison 
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Examples

Page nameDescription
Biological weapon
Chemical weapon
Cyanide
Depleted uranium
Flint water crisisA mass poisoning in Flint Michigan
Fluorine
Herbicide
Uranium
Water/Fluoridation
William McKinley/AssassinationThe Assassination of William McKinley

 

Poison victims on Wikispooks

TitleDescription
Iman FadilAn assassinated model.
David GrahamDr. David Graham is one of the more clear example of a 9/11 related death, as he reports being threatened by the FBI. He compiled a large report of his investigations into why the FBI were ignoring his warnings.
Alexander LitvinenkoAn exiled Russian spook turned whistleblower who died of Polonium poisoning in London.
George S. PattonUS general who died in a car crash. Officially, an accident.
Yuri ShchekochikhinA member of the ill-fated Kovalev Commission who was assassinated.
Michele SindonaA financier and member of the Italian deep state
Ibn al-KhattabNamed - and the poisoned - by the FSB as the organiser of the 1999 Russian apartment bombings.

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Pesticide“Acute pesticide poisoning occurs frequently in children worldwide, and subclinical pesticide toxicity is also widespread. Clinical data suggest that acute pesticide poisoning during childhood might lead to lasting neurobehavioural deficits. Highly toxic and bioaccumulative pesticides are now banned in high-income nations, but are still used in many low-income and middle-income countries... birth cohort studies provide new evidence that prenatal exposure to organophosphate pesticides can cause developmental neurotoxicity.”Philippe Grandjean
Philip Landrigan
March 2014


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