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The problem with committing murder is the high risk of being caught When you decide that murder is justified the problem of how to do it and how to avoid being found out are your first thoughts Unfortunately the police have become very sophisticated in their investigating skills Very few murderers get away with it until now that is There are ways to fool the police and the coroners office If more people knew how to blow up a car with Drano or cause a massive heart attack without any physical signs of foul play there would be a lot more unsolved or unexplained deaths in which many life insurance policies would be paid without questionIn my experience the method of using Drano to blow up a car is very effective yet it is very difficult to pull off The first thing you must do is make sure your intended victim is nowhere in sight one hour before the car is started The second thing is that rubber gloves are imperative you do not want to leave fingerprints on a burnt - out car or on the Drano bottle Remember to dispose of the gloves at a very distant location perhaps making use of your local grocery store dumpsite Once you have a full understanding of the timing in which to commit the act and the correct disposal of the gloves you may continue with the steps in creating this destructive action First you remove the gas cap on the car then remove the cap on the Drano bottle and pour the Drano into the gas tank Then all you have to do is dispose of the Drano bottle and wait It is a good idea to leave the area as soon as possible making sure not to seem suspicious When the intended victim engages the car engine the Drano will then make its way to the engine and the Drano will be ignited This
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