I lost my Mom November 23. She had cancer but wasn't in the final stages. My siblings and I are almost positive that our sister killed our Mom through involuntary euthanasia with an intentional ativan overdose. My Mom was walking, eating, drinking, joking, laughing when my sister arrived in town on Nov. 16th. She was dead one week later. Her symptoms the day she died are the same as for ativan toxicity. She ate breakfast and was drinking throughout the day she died. There are over 20 circumstantial items to corroborate this theory. Together we decided not to pursue a criminal investigation in order to put our Mom to rest. They didn't want our Mom's name dragged into this. Her body was cremated so we have no physical evidence other than hair follicles from her hairbrush. Now I wish I had at least obtained a blood sample prior to her cremation. I just don't know what to do now. I feel like I can't grieve because I'm so angry at her for playing God and taking our Mom's life in her hands. I don't feel like i can confront her because I never want to see or talk to her again. Does anyone have any suggestions for me on how to proceed and move forward? Thanks. EF
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