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Huge -- was jumping and shouting for joy back in June when he scratched off a million dollar Illinois lottery ticket.
They came on a daily but three scratch off tickets from a convenience store near his north side home.
But the day after he collected -- lump -- when he was July 20 he became violently sick at home was rushed to hospital where he died.
In this case the initial investigation had no evidence of foul play there were no suspicion.
He didn't have any obvious injuries or -- -- but within days -- family member called the medical Examiner's office with a tip that changed everything.
They suggested that other -- may have been something more to it than a natural death home which prompted the -- the case to -- -- We tried to reach cons widow at one of the family's dry cleaning stores but she was unavailable for comment.
No one answered the door console either but we noticed a car parked in the driveway with a curious license plate -- 777.
The medical Examiner's office has conducted a series of toxicology tests and they proved the early suspicions of the family member that comes death.
Was not an accident.
In late November the final blood -- came out and -- -- the level of cyanide a member of the State's attorney's office was waiting to meet with the medical examiner today as police and prosecutors try to solve a murder which will likely require that -- body be exhumed.
At the 7-Eleven or -- bought his -- ticket.
They are waiting and hoping for the truth to come out wondering who would have had the motive for murder.
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