Sarin


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SarinSchrader, Ambros, Rüdiger and Van der LINde (nerve agent named for its discoverers)
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According to the informant, the bombers were instructed to get jobs as stewards, and then spray poisonous Sarin gas inside the changing rooms.
-- about the time top members of the AUM Shinrikyo cult, now known as Aleph, released sarin on five trains on three central Tokyo subway lines on March 20, 1995 -- 24 subway workers observed a 30-second silence at Kasumigaseki Station at a signal given by station official Akihiro Fujiwara.
FBI biocrime specialist Bruce Budowle speculates that if authorities had managed to detect this early anthrax release, "perhaps the sarin gas attack would never have happened." To buttress U.S.
Kono, who was injured in the sarin gas attack and whose wife is still in a coma as a result of it, was the first to report the gas attack to the police.
The pointed end of an umbrella, though, was what the Aum Shinrikyo terrorists used to pierce the sealed bags of water and sarin in the subway.
In the Tokyo subway attack, 85 percent of the 5,510 patients who went to the hospital were suffering from anxiety, not sarin gas exposure.
It was grim at times, especially when he discussed Sarin nerve gas.
Although the facility's design was crude by industry standards, it was nonetheless very capable of producing the sarin used in the Matsumoto attack.
Caplan, 55, is charged with attempting to smuggle 125 TONS of lethal sarin.
Incoming mail undergoing routine processing by machine tested positive for sarin, but it could have been a false positive, Johnston said.
The Appeal Court reduced the prison term of Hem Sarin from 31 years down to 18 on Wednesday, after he was sentenced in November 2015 for robbery, illegal use of a weapon and premeditated murder.
Japan executed six more members of the doomsday cult group Aum Shinrikyo on Thursday that perpetrated the deadly sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway in 1995.