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A toxicology report obtained by TMZ read that Cornell had Naloxone, the sedative Butalbital, Ativan, the decongestant Pseudoephedrine and barbiturates in his system at his time of death.
The Sonoma County man took his life in August with 90 capsules of barbiturates prescribed by a physician and dissolved in apple juice.
The state’s new execution rules replace a three-drug mixture with a one-drug injection using one of two barbiturates, pentobarbital or sodium pentothal.
Toxicology tests showed the presence of barbiturates, caffeine and lorazepam, also known as Ativan, for relief of anxiety.
A toxicology report released shortly after revealed that the actress had taken a lethal dose of acute barbiturate poison.
Before her 1962 death at 36 of a barbiturate overdose, Monroe was rumored to have had affairs with both RFK and JFK.
Amphetamine was combined with drugs like barbiturates.
Phenobarbital is a barbiturate that depresses the central nervous system and is sometimes used to treat epilepsy, among other medical disorders.
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