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Resistent Gingivitis

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  • Posted By: Mathew Sorum
  • January 22, 2009
  • 01:49 AM


I specule i could be a victim of poisoned dental fillings (poisoner dentist). Please refute me, using a technical argument.

High I.Q. Sociopathical Methods

Which filicidal technique constitutes a defy to contemporary forensic science?

My biomaterial datum claim Dental Poisoning.

Is there an underground organization of poisoner dentists (forensics included) who profits from the ambicious filicides?

Because the molecular inestability of some dental materials.
Is there a limited number of mixable toxics (‘asyntomatics’/ or ‘disease emulators’)?
Such cancerogenics, selenium, thalium, allucinogens, exotic etno-drugs, homeopathics…

How to detect the ‘dental tampering’?
Mass Spectrometry, and other forensic screenings, are expensives. And patients have no security to find a non-briberable forensic toxicologist.

:cool: Appendix:

-Prestigious Forensic Pathologist Michael Baden answer a question about the nº1 undetectable type of crime: 1º Asphyx, 2º Poisoning = 50% remains undetectable forever.
Hbo.com – autopsy serie.
See also: FBI Homicidal Poisoning.

-The thesis of the full-bibliographed & poison database profused book, Criminal Poisoning – John Harris Trestrail.

-Forensic Psychiatry of Michael Stone

-The paradigmatic case of selenium poisoning.

-Well documented book Death in the Pot. The ancestral art of poisoning.

Why -poisoner dentists- is inexistent in copernic searcher?

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