Body of poisoned lottery winner to be exhumed

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The body of a Chicago lottery winner who was poisoned will be exhumed tomorrow.
Urooj Khan died of cyanide poisoning last summer after winning a million-dollar lottery.
The exhumation at Rosehill Cemetery on Chicago’s north side is set to begin about 7 a.m.
An initial ruling saying Khan’s death was due to natural causes was revised when cyanide was detected in his blood sample.

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