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Wife questioned in lottery winner death

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sully16's avatar - sharan
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Posted: January 9, 2013, 8:40 pm - IP Logged

Yes, and I believe he was still alive when he got to the hospital.  If I poisoned him, I'd wait till he was dead before I called an ambulance just to make sure he didn't make a miraculous recovery at the hospital.

Good point, I am sure some detective is retracing all his steps from that day.

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    sully16's avatar - sharan
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    It may be that his religion did not permit cremation.

    That makes sense, we'll have this solved in no time.

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      Posted: January 9, 2013, 8:53 pm - IP Logged

      Good point, I am sure some detective is retracing all his steps from that day.

      I still think the wife did it.

      Just as the bird sings or the butterfly soars,

      because it is his natural characteristic,

      so the artist works.

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        Posted: January 9, 2013, 8:56 pm - IP Logged

        I still think the wife did it.

        Do you ever watch the dumbest criminals ? Maybe she'll be an episode.

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          Posted: January 9, 2013, 9:11 pm - IP Logged

          Where's Quincy when you need him??

           

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            Where's Quincy when you need him??

             

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            Reached by phone Tuesday evening at the family dry cleaners, Ansari denied reports that she had fed her husband a traditional Indian meal of ground beef curry before he died. She said he wasn't feeling well after awakening in the middle of the night. She said he sat in a chair and soon collapsed. She then called 911.

            Hindus dont eat beef, so i guess he was a muslim.

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              Reached by phone Tuesday evening at the family dry cleaners, Ansari denied reports that she had fed her husband a traditional Indian meal of ground beef curry before he died. She said he wasn't feeling well after awakening in the middle of the night. She said he sat in a chair and soon collapsed. She then called 911.

              Hindus dont eat beef, so i guess he was a muslim.

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                Father in Law owed $120k in back taxes. Hmmm....

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                  Posted: January 10, 2013, 11:31 am - IP Logged

                  I wonder, if it was the wife, why didn't she have him cremated ? My first suspect would be the relative who called.

                  Why would that relative who called be a suspectWhat?

                  That's the person who got the ball rolling on this investigation and of course should be

                  questioned more because this person knows something.

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                    Posted: January 10, 2013, 1:44 pm - IP Logged

                    Fox News is reporting the wife tried to cash the lottery check. That really does not prove anything!!

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                      Posted: January 10, 2013, 1:51 pm - IP Logged

                      If not her- she knows who did.

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                        Posted: January 10, 2013, 3:00 pm - IP Logged

                        cyanide is found naturally in foods:

                        Lima beans,spinach, beans, almonds, soy.

                        So cultural testing upon exhumed bodies will not differentiant between cyanide from foods and from "intentional " poisoning.

                        Good luck to those even making it to trial....

                        I remain skeptical and intrigued to see how this plays out....

                        Peace to the family during this saddening time...no one wins when a life is lost.

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                          cyanide is found naturally in foods:

                          Lima beans,spinach, beans, almonds, soy.

                          So cultural testing upon exhumed bodies will not differentiant between cyanide from foods and from "intentional " poisoning.

                          Good luck to those even making it to trial....

                          I remain skeptical and intrigued to see how this plays out....

                          Peace to the family during this saddening time...no one wins when a life is lost.

                          Yep, TheGameGrl, and also water!

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                            To shed a little light about myself, when and if I should ever win the lottery, I would start a charity group of physicians to commence a stem cell research to help family members overcome the stigmas relating with schizophrenia and mental illnesses and to help the poor in my midst and - currently poor myself... have the basic needs and to have the simple responsibilities of life be met... without trying to take the whole world into my shoulder as some millionaires do... I simply request to be at equitable peace and standing with my family at my custody! and would make the sacrifices to be sure that they are remaining safe... I do not tolerate violent people - and often at times the potty mouth people like to crowd me, and try to overwhelm jealousy around me when good prosperity come my way... I would like to own a house in a place where I am more likely to be respected by others and what I truly stand for... I do not like for people to harass me, or to stonewall false lies about me - that is my true personality about my character... I have no desire to hurt anyone in this world because to how the country and world has to be so involved and or solicited in "money" I would choose to rather help the inlaws, that ran false accusations about my identity of character from the past few years ago who trialed me away from my son wrongfully by accusing me of hurting him/them. I am true to my word, my wife and myself in this matter- and that I pray that no more psychiatrists bother me about this matter... If I were to become wealthy by sudden chance I wish to settle all my claims, and drive a new car for the road of Liberty, and Justice. I am a married man and deeply respect the women of my livelihood - I know nothing about stalking anyone, Leave that word to describe a corn field.

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                              To shed a little light about myself, when and if I should ever win the lottery, I would start a charity group of physicians to commence a stem cell research to help family members overcome the stigmas relating with schizophrenia and mental illnesses and to help the poor in my midst and - currently poor myself... have the basic needs and to have the simple responsibilities of life be met... without trying to take the whole world into my shoulder as some millionaires do... I simply request to be at equitable peace and standing with my family at my custody! and would make the sacrifices to be sure that they are remaining safe... I do not tolerate violent people - and often at times the potty mouth people like to crowd me, and try to overwhelm jealousy around me when good prosperity come my way... I would like to own a house in a place where I am more likely to be respected by others and what I truly stand for... I do not like for people to harass me, or to stonewall false lies about me - that is my true personality about my character... I have no desire to hurt anyone in this world because to how the country and world has to be so involved and or solicited in "money" I would choose to rather help the inlaws, that ran false accusations about my identity of character from the past few years ago who trialed me away from my son wrongfully by accusing me of hurting him/them. I am true to my word, my wife and myself in this matter- and that I pray that no more psychiatrists bother me about this matter... If I were to become wealthy by sudden chance I wish to settle all my claims, and drive a new car for the road of Liberty, and Justice. I am a married man and deeply respect the women of my livelihood - I know nothing about stalking anyone, Leave that word to describe a corn field.

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