I am trying to make sense of a newspaper story.
1) Female, 42, tall, athletic, presumptively suicide with 440 ml (carbofuran) Foradan. 2)Supposedly fell to the floor, gashing" wound to the head, produced, "most likely", by her fall, measuring almost a centimeter and a half, which bled profusely.
3)Suicidal supposedly left message on another person's mobile.
Now, I have no picture of the scene or anything, but trying to make sense of the dynamic, my questions are:
1) Any references (books, articles) about such possibility? I saw a report quoting around 300ml ingestion, and I suppose that concentrations might come differently, but the quantity still looks big to me. How long it will takes to ingest such quantity and in what interval installs death?
2) It this dynamic possible? Any references appreciated
3) Any such case in literature? As proof it does not make too much sense to me (I would not imagine how I can certify the author)
Direct response to my email would be much appreciated (even if for individual question).
Thanks and regards,
Liviu Damsa, LLM
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