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Re: “What's Black and White and Dead All Over?

After nearly 30 years of false accusations against me, James Wm. Lewis, in the still unsolved Chicago area Tylenol murders, the Chicago Reader's owners should by now realize that this trashy article has now absolutely no reason to exist, except to publically fan the flames of fear and hatred toward me, an innocent man.

I have never been convicted of any murder any where. There has never been any credible evidence to suggest that I have ever committed murder. NONE!

However, there have been abundant smear articles, such as this one.

I hereby request that the Chicago Reader immediately remove this inflammatory and derisive article from your website.

Obviously, if there had ever been a shred of evidence implicating me, I would have been tried, convicted and executed many years ago, and I would not be writing this comment on your website.

If the author of this article had done her home work, she would have known the Tylenol murders have never been solved, because Johnson and Johnson never wanted them solved.

The cyanide in 1982 entered the Tylenol inside J & J's own secure, but nasty, facilities. After packaging, the cyanided laced Tylenol was then delivered by J & J's own employees to the retail drug store locations from which consumers bought that poison, consumed it and died.

Ask yourself why J & J was left in charge of the crime scenes by the FBI and the FDA in 1982 so J & J could burn literally millions of capsules before they were tested by outside, independent medical laboratories?

Obviously, J & J is the prime suspect, and orchestrated this massive cover up to protect themselves and their profits.

If you have been following the current news about Johnson and Johnson, then you know that over one hundred million Tylenol capsules, Children's Tylenol capsules, Motrin and nearly 50 other J & J brands have been recalled by J & J because of bacterial and chemical contamination inside their filthy factories, ALL at FDA insistence, just in 2010!

J & J has closed its McNeil Family Products facility in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania and has fired over 300 of the 400 employees. This is the factory where Tylenol (acetaminophen) was made in bulk. Congress has been holding hearing about J & J's recalls and appalling lack of quality control. You will find hot links to literally hundreds of recent articles about these topics here:


Scott Bartz, the former J &J employee who authored that website, is publishing a book, The Tylenol Mafia, this summer, which features many other similar sordid issues about J & J.

In addition, the US Attorney in Philadelphia has convened a Federal Grand Jury which has issued subpoenas to J & J:

FYI, I also have several websites, including: http://www.thedoctorsdilemma.net/index.htm…

Thank you,


Posted by James Wm. Lewis on 07/26/2010 at 1:47 AM

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