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My 57 year old friend was said to have died

My 57 year old friend was said to have died of a "presumed" MI. Died at home in bed. Was taken straight to funeral home. Funeral home said he was bleeding from his nose, mouth AND EARS. He has been sitting at the funeral home for two weeks. I told the family I would pay for the autopsy. He lived with an ex-girlfriend who is 20 years younger than him who has a violent teenager involved with drugs and bad actors. *She also had a 50k life insurance policy on him and he recently signed for a car loan for her. Is it normal to bleed from the ears (bilateral) from M I? Police refuse to investigate without autopsy, which family was told would have to be paid for privately.... pathologists are refusing do so without full police reports because he was brought directly to funeral home/ crematorium (as requested by ex girlfriend). Please help. He has been dead over two weeks and waiting to be cremated. I am afraid they are going to cremate him before we can get an autopsy for him and then we will never know how he really died. Funeral home said bleeding from EARS is normal with a heart attack- is this true?
Mon, 7 May 2018
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