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Battered_Seoul

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Jun 13, 2018
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At the moment, after a lot of flitting around between prospective methods, I think I've settled on Chloroquine with a Flualprazolam sedative.

Was thinking to go abroad to work for a few months and CTB in a hotel before winter. My question was whether, if no traces of chloroquine were present in the room and no note was left, is it standard practice to conduct an autopsy on a foreign citizen and would chloroquine be readily tested for?

It would obviously be preferable to have appeared to have passed away suddenly and inexplicably.
 
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ephemeral

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Jul 10, 2018
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In my country, it depends upon the doctor who is called to certify a death.

If he does NOT tick the box "natural death" then the authorities (homocide, state attorney) become involved. From there on, it quickly goes to the specialiced institutes where they run a battery of tests as standard procedure.

Being younger and in a hotel room, I would doubt that you'd get the "natural death" box.
 
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creatureoflight

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Jul 27, 2018
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The authorities aren't stupid.
There will definitely be an autopsy, but they don't test for everything. They will probably also find chloroquine in your stomach contents so they will know you killed yourself
 
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