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The Sun-Times reports that James Lewis, once a suspect in the 1982 Tylenol killings –and who served time for trying to extort money from Johnson & Johnson–is again the focus of an investigation into the crimes. In 2000, Joy Bergmann wrote a long profile of Lewis, his involvement in the case, and the story of the FBI’s investigation.

James Lewis has a website, cyberlewis.com, where you can hear him claim his innocence (warning: audio auto-loads). 

In 2007, Lewis sat down with a Cambridge, MA community-television host to discuss the case. It’s a terrible interview, but for reference, here’s part 1: