A scientist who tried to poison his wife and covered up his crime by lacing products on supermarket shelves with poison is teaching medical ethics at the University of Manchester in the UK. Paul Agutter, 57, was released from jail in 2002 after serving 7 years of a 12-year sentence. A few weeks ago he was engaged to teach philosophy and medical ethics for two hours a week at night school.
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