Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Nov 2, 2000
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  • Nov 2-8, 2000
  • Vol. 30, No. 5

News & Politics

  • A Bitter Pill
  • Feature
  • A Bitter Pill

    Someone killed seven people by putting cyanide in tylenol capsules. When James Lewis was caught for writing an extortion letter, prosecutors appeared to stop looking for the killer. Almost 20 years later no one has been convicted of the murders.
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  • Self Help

    Banker Amrish Mahajan insists that his position on the city Plan Commission had nothing to do with a recent business deal, but the competition isn't so sure.

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