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Thursday, 6 January 2011

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Alavi denies doing a U-turn on previous promises not to dabble in the drug

London - (One-Little-Prick News): As profitable sidelines go selling sodium thiopental truth serum to Arizona State Prison has proved to be a nice little earner.

Now Acton's Emergency Stop Driving School owner Mehdi Alavi has offered to put UK doctors' surgeries out of their misery by supplying the NHS with thousands of doses of the anti-flu jab.

The move comes amid desperate Department of Health searches for more vaccination jabs.

Alavi is widely reported to have sent 150 viles (sic) of sodium thiopental, 180 doses of potassium chloride and 450 units of pancuronium bromide to the American jail.

The medication was enough to execute 50 prisoners 'or interrogate up to 250' - if instructions were carried out properly.

The innovative business scheme began when US prisons ran out of lethal injections to execute their Death Row inmates.

Iranian-born Alavi saw a window of opportunity opening and made a reported £4,253 from the deal.

Some of his shipment was used to execute 50 year-old convicted murderer Jeffrey Landrigan last October.

A spokesperson at his Acton business premises denied Alavi 'had done a U-turn' on earlier promises not to dabble with such potent chemicals.

The UK swine flu pandemic has now reached the Isle of Wight.

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