The FBI on Wednesday searched the suburban Boston home of a man convicted of extortion in the 1982 Tylenol tampering killings, saying they had reopened the investigation into the seven unsolved murders because of advances in forensic technology and new tips to law enforcement.
Here is a tip. Check out the companies that became rich selling tamper-proof seals right after the Tylanol scare.
Meanwhile, the fact that they are going back into this case suggests a desperate attempt to manufacture more news (like the re-opening of the Jon Benet Ramsey case a few days ago) rather than have to report what is going on today in Europe and Gaza.
... or to set the propaganda stage for a false flag terror attack in which retail products are tampered with by the Joker, I mean "The Toilet."