Re-opening the Case of the Tylenol Killings
Tylenol recalled their product not knowing whether the effects were far-reaching.
James W. Lewis was convicted of trying to extort Tylenol to "to stop the killings." Lewis, who maintained his innocence of both the extortion attempt and the killings, was released from prison in 1995.
But now it appears the FBI is reopening the case with a very specific suspect in mind. Joy Bergmann is the author of "A Bitter Pill," a story about James Lewis that was published in The Chicago Reader in 2000.