WYNETTE BODY IS EXHUMED; Husband in death probe.
THE body of country music legend Tammy Wynette Noun 1. Tammy Wynette - United States country singer (1942-1998)
Tammy Wynetter Pugh, Wynette has been exhumed - more than a year after she died.
Her husband, George Richey, agreed to the move after three of the singer's daughters accused him of playing a part in her death.
He said he had asked for an autopsy to be carried out "to clarify for everyone how Tammy died, so we can all move on".
However, he criticised the women for violating their mother's privacy.
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But her daughters don't believe the official explanation that it was a blood clot blood clot
A semisolid, gelatinous mass of coagulated blood that consists of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in a fibrin network. on the lung which killed her.
Tammy had been taking prescription drugs and they want to know if that had anything to do with her death.
Nashville medical authorities did not investigate at the time because her doctor, Wallis Marsh, flew in from Pennsylvania to sign the death certificate.
However, forensic experts say an autopsy is the only way to tell for sure if someone died from a blood clot.
Now Richey has given the go-ahead for one and the results are expected to be revealed in four to six weeks.
Nashville medical examiner A public official charged with investigating all sudden, suspicious, unexplained, or unnatural deaths within the area of his or her appointed jurisdiction. A medical examiner differs from a Coroner in that a medical examiner is a physician. Bruce Levy Dr Sir Enoch Bruce Levy OBE (February 19 1892–October 16 1985) was a botanist from New Zealand who became widely known for his work on improving pastures.
He was born in Auckland in 1892, and lived on a farm until he was eighteen. says he will be able to determine what drugs were in Tammy's system at the time of her death - but he's not sure he can quantify the amount of each drug.
Tammy, who had huge hits with D-I-V-O-R-C-E and Stand By Your Man, was 55 when she died.
Her daughters - Tina Jones, Georgette Georgette
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They say drugs prescribed by Marsh and administered by Richey could have played a part in her death.
And they accuse Richey of failing to get medical help for their mother after being urged to do so by Marsh.
Tammy's daughters are suing the two men for pounds 30million in a wrongful death The taking of the life of an individual resulting from the willful or negligent act of another person or persons.
If a person is killed because of the wrongful conduct of a person or persons, the decedent's heirs and other beneficiaries may file a wrongful death action lawsuit in Nashville.