Jordan Gonzalez, a pharmacist from New Jersey, has admitted that he was making lethal toxins including ricin.

In court on Thursday he admitted to knowingly attempting to develop, produce and possess toxic chemicals and equipment to create these toxins.

Gonzalez was arrested back in 2011 when he was found buying chemicals used in making the drug MDA. Officials also found guns, body armor, chemicals and instructions on how to make explosives, drugs and other weapons.

If Gonzalez gets charged with creating toxins he could get life in prison. As of now he is receiving a fine of $250,000 and up to four years in prison.



Source: PIX11

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