A Stoney Creek man whose poisoning exploits resulted in an international investigation and a jail term has died in prison.
Sukhwinder Singh Dhillon died at the Warkworth Institution near Peterborough at the age of 54.
He was convicted of killing his wife and a business associate to get their life insurance.
The cause of death was strychnine poisoning.
He was suspected in, but never convicted of, a series of deaths in India including his two infant sons.
It’s believed Dhillon died of cancer.