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"Guns N' Noses", Way to Die #465, is the fourth death featured in "Killing Them Softly", which aired on March 9, 2011.


"Sierra Leone, known for its rich deposits of diamonds, and its warlords. And Tomo was ruthless as they came."

After capturing and killing a diamond smuggler and put the rough diamonds in a tray, a ruthless warlord named Tomo celebrates by snorting "brown-brown" (cocaine laced with nitroglycerine-laced gunpowder), after some sniffles he bleeds to death, but the death don't was by the combination of cocaine and gunpowder.

He was unaware that the tray holding the mixture is contaminated with diamond dust from the rough diamonds that he get; when he snorts the mixture, the particles lacerate his arteries, ripped up his lungs, and sliced up his heart, causing him to bleed to death.

"Tomo was really going at it, snorting line after line of the drug. But brown-brown was making Tomo... 'bleed-bleed.'"

Cast and Interviewees

  • Willy Louis-Charles - Tomo (lead: intended victim)
  • Dr. Vyshali Rao - Cardiologist


  • Also called "Blood Diamonds" on the Spike TV (now Paramount Network) website.
  • This is the only death to take place in Sierra Leone.

Segment Nicknames

  • Blood Diamonds (Spike TV)

International Names

  • Nariz Cargada (Loaded Nose) - Latin American Dub