Dead lottery winner’s father-in-law owed thousands in back taxes
Tomorrow a judge decides if the body of a poisoned lottery winner can be exhumed.
The exhumation of Urooj Khan could begin next week from Rosehill Cemetery.
Investigators want to know whether he consumed or inhaled cyanide.
One of the last people to see him alive owns the tire store next to Kahn’s dry cleaners in Rogers Park.
Tony Morad says they were hanging out together hours before Kahn died July 19th.
Meanwhile, the Tribune reports Kahn’s wife says she was questioned about ingredients in his last meal.
Records obtained by the Tribune reveal that her father-in-law owed $120,000 in back taxes.