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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Restaurateur Charged with Murder for Attempting to Cause Girlfriend's Miscarriage by Poisoning Her

The Los Angeles Times: Restaurateur accused of poisoning girlfriend to cause miscarriage, by Andrew Blankstein:

Joshua Woodward, an investor in Los Angeles and Miami restaurants, pleads not guilty to four counts of attempted murder.

A prominent restaurateur pleaded not guilty Wednesday to multiple counts of attempted murder after prosecutors said he tried to cause his pregnant girlfriend to miscarry by poisoning her with a substance known to induce labor. . . .

H/T: Amanda Zoda & Carol Sanger

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