Easter Without the SAFE Act

Easter Without the SAFE Act
Courtesy: Steve Behm

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Wife of 'murdered' lottery winner Urooj Khan 'tried to cash $1m after his death from cyanide poisoning' | Mail Online

        The 32 year old wife of her workaholic 46 year old husband is under a cloud of suspicion as officials in Chicago prepare to exhume the body of lottery winner Urooj Khan, who died of apparent heart disease after winning a million dollar scratch off lottery prize.
       Overlooked toxicology reports now suggest Mr. Khan had a little help in his demise with some cyanide in is curry.
        The oft used poison causes cardiac arrest and in a routine death might not be suspected unless foul play is suspected.
         Mr. Khan operated three dry cleaning shops in Chicago.
Wife of 'murdered' lottery winner Urooj Khan 'tried to cash $1m after his death from cyanide poisoning' | Mail Online

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

She will get off with a slap on the wrist like Lorena Bobbitt did. Men deserve it.

Anonymous said...

The guy is only 46, he wins the lottery and within a day or two becomes violently ill and has a heart attck and no one is suspicious until after they planted him? Kinda looks like politics isn't the only thing in Chcago that ain't kosher.

Anonymous said...

Wow, lottery greed makes folks do awful things, doesn't it? Strips away their common sense and decency.

Anonymous said...

kinda like Quick Draw, eh 3:40?

Anonymous said...

What if he just died? Then all the "expert" opinions are stupid. However, if the real experts find her guilty she gets the gray meat loaf and no money!