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Police questioned cyanide victim's wife for hours

Boston : MA : USA | Jan 09, 2013 at 8:56 AM PST
Source: The Boston Globe
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Chicago police investigating the mysterious cyanide death of a lottery winner questioned his wife for more than four hours and executed a search warrant on their home. Shabana Ansari's attorney, Steven Kozicki, says Ansari was subjected to a long session of questioning at a police station in November... FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
 
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