Britain’s FBI link 88 deaths in the UK to Canadian chef ‘who sold venom online to help people end their lives’ as formal probe is launched



Britain’s FBI has launched a formal investigation into a Canadian chef who was allegedly caught selling poison to suicidal people online after discovering he could be linked to as many as 88 deaths.


The UK’s National Crime Agency began working with police forces to identify potential victims of Kenneth Law, 57 after the Times claimed that he had sent 1,200 packages to 40 countries.

Law, an aerospace engineer turned chef, was arrested by Canadian police shortly after the newspaper published its allegations against him.

He is being held after being charged with two offences of aiding suicide and is due to appear in a court in Ontario later today.

A list gathered by the International Criminal Police Organization, more commonly known as Interpol, containing details of Law 232 British customers was handed to the National Crime Agency, who went on to establish how many had died.

Craig Turner, deputy director of the NCA, told the paper: ‘Our deepest sympathies are with the loved ones of…

Source: Linda Ikeji