Kenneth Law, a 58-year-old former chef from Ontario, Canada, has gone from facing charges related to helping with suicide to even more serious charges.
His attorney established on Monday that Kenneth Law is now dealing with 14 charges of second-degree murder.
Recent news exposes that Kenneth Law, who is accused of selling poison, is now linked to several deaths.
The official document from the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket states that Kenneth Law is facing a total of 28 charges, 14 for aiding suicide and another 14 for second-degree murder.
Official records and statements, along with media reports and interviews with families conducted by CBC News suggest Law’s projects may be connected to 117 deaths globally.
Kenneth Law is believed to have sent as many as 1,200 parcels to people in more than 40 countries since 2020. In Britain, at least 272 people bought products from Law’s websites and 88 of them died, police there have said.
Authorities in New Zealand, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland have all confirmed that Kenneth Law shipped parcels to addresses in their particular nations. Numerous Canadian police forces outside of Ontario are also reviewing past unexpected deaths in light of the accusations against Law.
Currently, Law has not faced any charges globally related to his online projects. However, there is proof signifying that an FBI investigation in the United States is progressing, according to info collected from the news portal.
Police in Pennsylvania previously told CBC News that an investigation into the death of an adolescent in that state has been given over to the FBI to probe for any connections to Law. Gerald Cohn, whose brother Benjamin died by suicide in February, said he met with FBI agents from Chicago last week concerning the case.