How Did Toxic Levels Of Carbon Monoxide Appear In His Blood Sample?
Before I tackle the rather intriguing puzzle of how toxic levels of carbon monoxide were introduced into Henri Paul’s blood it is interesting to note that carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning coincidentally happens to be the most common type of fatal poisoning in France! (The significance of this will become apparent later on). The levels of carbon monoxide found in Henri Paul’s supposed blood sample was in excess of 2,000 PPM (parts per million) or 0.20%. With such blood levels Henri Paul would have experienced an excruciating blinding headache, dizziness, nausea and would have been dead within 1.5 hours from initial introduction. Surely it truly is stretching the bounds of belief (suspended or otherwise) that a human being could possibly function normally (or what appeared normal to everybody) with such a lethal dose of carbon monoxide in their bloodstream! Was The Carbon Monoxide Introduced From Crash Vehicle? Some devoted advocates for the accident scenario may well postulate that the ca