Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods
Lynn Turner
Chris Tilson
Chris Tilson
Lethal levels of ethylene glycol were not immediately detected in Randy Thompson's blood because of an analysis error, not because it was an inconclusive cause of death, testified the Georgia Bureau of Investigation crime lab analyst. Further testing was done when a medical examiner found alcium oxalate crystals – a hallmark of ethylene glycol poisoning – in Thompson's kidneys. "I had made a mathematical calculation error," Tilson admitted. "I took full responsibility for the error."
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