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An autopsy found the carbon monoxide level in Han's blood to be 84.8 percent, and the medical examiner declared her death a suicide. However, the family's lawsuit notes that Han's car was outfitted with a device to shut it down before toxic amounts of carbon monoxide could be released, and that it was neither running nor had run out of gas when Han was found.
Originally posted by Osiris1953
reply to post by MagesticEsoteric
Right, it's so obviously a murder case, yet somehow it was deemed a suicide almost immediately. Someone planned this, not very well, and stole her jewelry. It's BS that the cops dropped the ball.
The lawsuit also contends the carbon monoxide level is "incredibly high" and, therefore, an "improbable cause of death" from ambient exposure.