De­liv­er­ing Blame for On­line Poi­son

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The pub­lic have ac­cused on­line shop­ping sites of ne­glect­ing their re­spon­si­bil­i­ties af­ter a Chi­nese man was re­ported to have al­legedly killed his girl­friend with a poi­sonous in­jec­tion he bought on­line. Ac­cord­ing to me­dia re­ports, the in­jec­tions are gen­er­ally sold as a way to kill an­i­mals like dogs and de­scribed as med­i­cal sup­plies on in­voices to avoid in­spec­tion. These poi­sons, fa­tal to an­i­mals, can also kill peo­ple. Just days be­fore, there had been an out­cry when it was re­vealed some peo­ple were pro­mot­ing these poi­sons on­line to dog haters and dog meat sell­ers. Ne­ti­zens blamed on­line re­tail­ers and de­liv­ery com­pa­nies for ab­di­cat­ing their su­per­vi­sory du­ties and said they should take re­spon­si­bil­ity for any in­ci­dents re­lated to il­le­gal items they sell or de­liver.

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