Tianle Li, of New Jersey, convicted of poisoning estranged husband with thallium

A New Jersey chemist has been convicted of trying to murder her estranged husband. A jury found Tianle Li guilty of poisoning her husband with

Tianle Li faces life in prison when she?s sentenced in September.

Tianle Li faces life in prison when she?s sentenced in September. (7/10/13)

EDISON - A New Jersey chemist has been convicted of trying to murder her estranged husband.

A jury found Tianle Li guilty of poisoning her husband with thallium, a highly toxic metal. The incident happened while they were going through a divorce.

Li faces life in prison when she's sentenced in September.
 

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