1) Doctor Madori
2) Five of the six stolen lab capsules were broken open and poured into
the tea bag.
3) Lucille LaBoux was having an affair with Chris Madori. Doctor Madori
became jealous and decided to do away with the competition.
Chris Madori married his wife, Doctor Susan Madori twenty years ago. Chris,
fed up with the marriage, began to have a passionate affair with Lucille.
Lucille convinced Chris to kill the Doctor after her boss had made millions
with the new drug patent. Lucille promised that she and Chris could get
married one day, after the estate was passed on to Chris. As a token of
affection, Chris gave Lucille the Madori family heirloom…a locket.
(The Doctor, soon to be dead, would never miss it!)
Madori recognized Chris’ infatuation with Lucille and, feeling threatened,
decided it would be better to get rid of Lucille. The Doctor hid the
Hydrochlorozinian-based Diabetes capsules in the vitamins, knowing
that Chris would be unlikely to discover them there.
Doctor Madori knew that Lucille had a cup of tea every night before bed.
That evening, Madori came home a few minutes before Lucille. She made
a small incision in the tea bag, broke open the remaining capsules, and
poured the medicine inside. The Doctor knew that such a high dosage
could kill a horse, but before it could kill Lucille, she climbed out
her bedroom window, up the fire escape, and jumped from the roof in a
Rupert was just an unfortunate witness to the bizarre love triangle.