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Dentist accused of poisoning wife searched online for ways to get away with murder, police say


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CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — A judge says there is enough evidence for a Colorado dentist accused of poisoning his wife to move toward a trial. The ruling came Wednesday after a hearing on the evidence gathered against James Craig. Authorities say, shortly after beginning an affair, he searched online for answers to questions such as “is arsenic detectable in an autopsy?” and “how to make murder look like a heart attack. The coroner testified that Angela Craig died as the result of poisoning with cyanide and a substance that is found in eye drops. The defense pointed out that there was no direct evidence showing that he poisoned his wife.

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