posted on Nov, 16 2013 @ 04:57 AM
reply to post by EnemyOfTheSane
That would be a pretty cool film, although Polonium 210 would have to be exchanged for something which did not have such devastating effects.
You see, although there is no initial fit or seizure involved with Polonium poisoning, its effects will be known within the day of ingestion. Mr
Litvinenko for example, was poisoned on the 1st of November 2006, and died on the 22nd that same month. However, he was effectively incapacitated by
the poison from a period lasting from twenty four hours after ingesting the poison, until his death. The first few days after the initial poisoning,
he was beset by diarrhea and vomiting, which would have kept him bound to within staggering distance of a toilet.
Things only became worse from that point forward, an ambulance was called, and from the moment he was loaded into it, until his death, he was not
capable of much by way of movement.
Just a little detail of this abominable act that made me even more volcanically angry about what happened... the poison was delivered in a cup of
tea. To me, that is rather akin to coating the British Union Flag in anthrax.