Mohammed Zaman, brother-in-law of Illinois lottery winner Urooj Kahn, who was fatally poisoned with cyanide in July 2012, just as he was about to collect his $425,000, speaks with repo

 

              Mohammed Zaman, brother-in-law of Illinois lottery winner Urooj Kahn, who was fatally poisoned  with cyanide in July 2012, just as he was about to collect his $425,000, speaks with repo
Mohammed Zaman, brother-in-law of Illinois lottery winner Urooj Kahn, who was fatally poisoned with cyanide in July 2012, just as he was about to collect his $425,000, speaks with reporters after outside a Cook County courtroom Friday, Jan 11, 2013, after a judge granted permission to have Khan's body exhumed. Authorities want to do a fuller autopsy on Urooj Khan to confirm earlier but less thorough toxicology tests, as well as to rule out that natural causes contributed to the 46-year-old's sudden death, according to documents filed with the motion for an exhumation. (AP Photo/Chicago Sun-Times, John H. White) MAGS OUT; CHICAGO LOCALS OUT