The families of the victims in the 1982 Tylenol contamination case await information after a recent raid.
Wired PR News.com – The families of individuals poisoned as a result of Tylenol contamination more than two decades ago continue to wait for a break in the case. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), some believed that after a raid three weeks ago of the home of longtime suspect James W. Lewis, the mystery of who laced the pills with cyanide, which resulted in the deaths of seven individuals in 1982, would finally be solved. However, there has been no further word about developments in the case of the horrific crime.
Michelle Rosen, whose mother was one of the victims of the poisoning, is quoted in the AP report as stating of the fairly recent raid, “You find yourself thinking if they had anything, he’d be locked up by now somehow… I would have thought by now, with the whole world watching, you would have made an arrest immediately if you had something.”
Several family members of victims continue to wait for updates.