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#16 Growled


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Posted 12 January 2013 - 04:13

My bet is on the father-in-law.

What makes you suspect the father-in-law?

#17 OP Hum


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Posted 12 January 2013 - 22:53

^ The wife seems really upset and loving towards the man. The daughter seems way too young, not likely to understand, or able to obtain cyanide. Plus, she isn't going to inherit any, or much of the dad's money.

The father-in-law is older, wiser, and experienced. And parents many times do not think the man was 'good enuff' for their 'little girl'.

And he had access to the house.

Ansari may have tried to cash the jackpot check after Khan's death, according to court documents, which also showed Urooj Khan's family is questioning if the couple was ever even legally married.

Ansari, Urooj Khan's second wife, who still works at the couple's dry cleaning business, has insisted they were married legally.

She has told reporters the night before her husband died, she cooked a traditional Indian meal for him and their family, including Khan's daughter and Ansari's father. Not feeling well, Khan retired early, Ansari told the Chicago Sun-Times, falling asleep in a chair, waking up in agony, then collapsing in the middle of the night. She said she called 911.

But, it could have been anyone, I suppose.