FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Illinois Lottery shows Urooj Khan, 46, of Chicago, posing with a winning lottery ticket. Khan died from cyanide poisoning in July shortly before collecting $425,000 in winnings. His death was initially ruled a result of natural causes but later reclassified a homicide. On Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, his body was exhumed for a forensic autopsy. The Cook County medical examiner said his body was in an advanced state of decomposition, but pathologists were able to obtain samples from most major organs as well as the man's hair and fingernails. Final results from autopsy won't be complete for a few weeks. (AP Photo/Illinois Lottery, File)
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