Autopsy Results Reveal Surprising Cause of Tammy Daybell's Death

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In a shocking twist, the cause of Tammy Daybell's death has been revealed to be asphyxiation, contradicting earlier reports of a heart attack. The results of the autopsy were shared during opening arguments at the Lori Vallow Daybell trial, where her husband Chad Daybell stands accused of her murder.

Tammy, who had been married to Chad for 28 years, was found dead in her sleep in her Idaho home in October 2019. Despite her friends reporting that she was healthy and in training for a marathon, an autopsy was not performed and she was buried three days later. This raised concerns among those close to Tammy, who suspected foul play and felt her funeral was rushed.

Autopsy results reveal that Tammy's cause of death was not a heart attack, as previously thought, but asphyxiation

However, Chad's children told CBS News that they refused to have an autopsy performed on their mother, claiming that she was in failing health. Nevertheless, Tammy's death was considered suspicious and her remains were exhumed for an autopsy in December 2019. The results of this autopsy had not been released to the public until now.

During the trial, it was revealed that Tammy had been confronted by a masked man pointing a gun at her in October 2019. The same day, Lori Vallow Daybell called Chad and an unnamed individual, saying that "he can't do anything right." The only person known to be in the same area at the time was Alex Cox, who has since died.

These revelations add new layers to the ongoing investigation into the deaths of Tammy and others connected to Chad and Lori Vallow Daybell. As the trial continues, the public waits with bated breath to see what other secrets will be unearthed in this disturbing case.

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