Quebec deaths probed for links to alleged poison seller Kenneth Law

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Police on Montreal’s South Shore are investigating two deaths for possible links to alleged serial murderer Kenneth Law.

The Toronto-area man is already charged in connection with 14 deaths in Ontario and is under scrutiny in at least three other provinces and multiple countries. Confirmation of the investigation by police in Longueuil, Que., marks the first time authorities in the province acknowledge they’re probing deaths for links to Law.

Law, 58, has been in custody since he was arrested at his Mississauga, Ont., home in May 2023. Investigators alleged that since late 2020, he operated websites selling items for self-harm — including a legal,

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