Kenneth Law faces 14 counts of second-degree murder in Ontario. (Archive photo)
The Canadian Press
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An update is expected Tuesday morning in the case of Kenneth Law, an Ontarian accused of sending deadly substances to people who then took their own lives.
Peel Regional Police investigators will hold a news conference at 10 a.m. to provide an update on their investigation.
Law faces 14 counts #x27;second degree murder charge in Ontario.
Police allege the Mississauga man operated several websites used to sell sodium nitrite and other items that could be used to commit suicide, shipping them to people in more than 40 countries.
Authorities in other Canadian regions and other countries have said they are investigating possible links between the deaths on their territory and Law's alleged activities.
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British police announced that they had identified 232 people in the United Kingdom, 88 of whom died, who purchased products on Canadian-based websites allegedly linked to Law.
Authorities in the United States, Italy, Australia and New Zealand have also opened their own investigations .