Given everything else that was going on in the news yesterday, you may have missed this story:
Dramatic footage shows the moment former Bosnian Croat General Slobodan Praljak drinks poison at a war crimes court in The Hague. He later died. pic.twitter.com/aBW3tJcxea
— Judah Robinson (@judah_robinson) November 29, 2017
But in case “I have taken poison” wasn’t explicit enough, the AP has got you covered:
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 30, 2017
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) November 30, 2017
More from the AP:
A Dutch prosecutor has told The Associated Press that preliminary tests show that a container from which a Croat war criminal drank shortly before dying contained a deadly chemical.
Prosecutor Marilyn Fikenscher said in a telephone interview Thursday that, “there was a preliminary test of the substance in the container and all I can say for now is that there was a chemical substance in that container that can cause death.”
Hold. The. Phone. The thing that killed the guy was deadly? We are shocked — just shocked!
Bombshell revelation, guys. https://t.co/CqVpAG6vRV
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) November 30, 2017
— O Therin ???? (@otherin) November 30, 2017
Really ? No sh*t ..???
— derril (@derslight7774) November 30, 2017
— McKee ✭✭✭ (@CowboyMatt214) November 30, 2017
Well, that would explain the dying part.
— Rik Stevens (@RikStevensAP) November 30, 2017
Maybe that's why it killed him? Because it was deadly? https://t.co/VzdXIyCKgJ
— RBe (@RBPundit) November 30, 2017
I knew it immediately from the way he died after drinking from it
— Realan Čovek (@poremetej) November 30, 2017
What clued them in? The fact he died?
— Judi White (@JudiW59) November 30, 2017
Thank God for intrepid investigative journalism like this in these dark times. https://t.co/VvQA9YHWgP
— Lyndsey Fifield (@lyndseyfifield) November 30, 2017
Now there’s just one question remaining:
Will the killer ever be found?
— Lake Gropebegone (@ClenchedFisk) November 30, 2017
Tune in to find out!
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